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ADVERTISING EATES. 3 O O H K 3 S : I I RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, O WEDNESDAY, JUNE Highest of all in Leavening Power. i or it ' p N Em li ,. ' I ' r t&M BE, 'hi Hi?' orinrinrinnnxrnxtJuinnnjuinnjuiruLrimiiip i I CAREFUULY EXECUTED, f JOB WORK I Pi NUMBER 52 3, 1896. d n rr -- x SPACE. 3 : I : S 2 : S O o n 5 S 2 5- - proviuces of La Plata desolation had been left behind them, as if the earth itself had beeu scorched and blackened by the fiery tread of demons. Does the world s i r 2 : i : i j 4 Inch.. ( InchesCol--- Ioches. Inches.. .. $ x 1 oo U 1 ol... - 75 2 50 3 00 400 8 00 IO 00 CqI- -. ?iCp.MW.t 350I 600 9001800370c 900130037004000600000 80 12 15 OO 33 .50 x 50 S 251$ 4 50jf 700(1200 2 50 3 50 700 1100 1750 3 50 5 00 10 00 15 00 33 25 4 00 6 00 12 x 19 00 2S 75 500 7 50 15 00 33 00 34 50 600 40 00 00 17 75 34 50 50 00 42 on 60 OO iOO OO -, THE BEST SPRING tae it - MEDICINE TReadir.g notice! 10 cents a line for first Insertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion' umiiunn, resolutions 01 respect ana similar matter at half rates. No specified position. EdHor Post: No lanil of Europe lias 50- beeu so torn and racket by invasion, disi - uh.jh shatter th constitution and all the rn hearth. Don t forget Ove word sension and war as Spain, through Nation hni'HTOR. it is Simmons Liver centuries ot the Christian era. y .. ATOR vou want The vord REG-- l after nation has subjugated it, and the won distinguishes k from ail other Spanish peninsula appears to have been Jics. And, besides this, blMMOKS for the tireless REGULATOR is a Regulator of the a perpetual battle-fiel- d t I .", keeps it properly at work, that your foot ot war. Three hundred years ago s en mav be kept in good condition. this small power, only four times as large FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS as the State of New York, aud only a litPORK, I bR REGULATOR. It is the best blood r .ier and corrector. Try it and note tle larger than California, ruled almost Look for the RED Z absolutely the Western Hemisphere. tterence. t package. You vont find it on Oid, worn and broken from the long Ji- -r medicine, and there is no other Country Bacon, In their last brave efforts for liberty, I like SIMMONS LIVER struggles with other European powers, Ronnn CC( hem- their ten years of civil war, the Cubans K the King of Liver Remedies. one by one her rieh colonies in this gg t v c u et it. isphere, resisting her tyranny and op- terminated the struggle, upon solemn ST. LODIS DESTROYED Country 11 iiti 'n . PhilatlelrJiia, Tar pression, have thrown off her yoke and promises made by Spain for better govgc City have taken their places among the na- ernment, and upon the suggestion and g Lard, Sausage. out, a stream had run. Chouteau avetions. Her last efforts are now directed, advice of this great nation. These promPROFESSIONAL COLUMN. A Terrific Hurricane Sweeps BEST MEATS THE MARKETS nue lies parallel to this valloyand is the AFFORD. with the greed of the miser for his gold, ises were never kept, but have beeu to escape. main thoroughfare loading to the heart Through the City. and with the ferocity of the savage for grossly and constantly violated. This It is evident that tho tornado pursued of St. Louis. For a milo to tho south ATT0E173TS. his foe, toward holding in her grasp the republic isi therefore, in some degree rea track of many miles in length, as re- and nearly half a milo north of Chouisland of Cuba, the fairest of all her pos- sponsible to Cuba for the perpetuation 11 B IIOUG, NEARLY A THOUSAND LIVES LOST. ports from variouj railroad stations teau avenuo was the path of tho storm. world. The of the wrong so grievously imposed upon sessions in the boulevard, a winding Longfellow "show that nothing has been received .1 TTOUXEY A T LA W. bloody scenes in the beautiful island her. The time has come when this reauy point west of hero as far as street lined with handsome homes, was from Next to Richmond National Bank on Ri t vt v n, Kentucky- - near our shores, aud almost within our public should not only speak, but act. left with scarcely a houso standing un Main St. Telephone 51. The Casualties May Reach Even Moberly. Scattered bits of information harmed. gaze, excite all the republics of the two Every sentiment, not alone of interest, show that between Moberly and this At Missouri and Russell avenues was r No 13 Firt street, ni stairs. Douglas & Smith. More When The Full Parcontinents, but the struggle most deeply but of duty, of humanity, of justice, of city various small towns havo been tho South Sido race track. It was alconcerns the people of this nation, who the defense of the weak in a righteous ticulars Are Known. wiped out aud many persons killed in most swept clean of the buildings that i.IUXTE LILLY, are watching with a feeling of intense in- cause, htruggling against the despotism them. stood upon it before tho storm. North A TTOJINEY-AT-L- A Y, terest and solicitude the heroic efforts of of the strong, appeals to us to rescue Tho only telegraphic advico had hero from hero is an immense pile of brick !, I: Kentucky. the Cuban patriots to secure liberty for Cuba from her cruel oppressors. This HUNDREDS OP PEOPLE INJURED. of tho origin of tho storm is from Milan, and machinery and street cars. It is responsible to God and themselves and their posterity. That nation is y where late in tho afternoon the dark, what remains of what was Scullin's EfTime No. 24, It W corner MittH and Sec)nil streets feeling has been voiced by the represenfunnel-shape- d humanity for the fearful scourge of war cloud was seen, which electric streot railway powerhouse. scarcely $300,000 will in- Will practice in all theeoHrKof fect May 12, 1895. tatives of the states aud the representa that is desolating the fertile island, and Scarcely a Building In the City bat What desceudod. a little Liter upon this city. is estimated that done here." cover tho damage vi'ii Hiid Htljoinlm; covmVes anil Court o f tives of the people in Congress assembled, for barbarities that shock the civilized Was Slore or Less Damaged by tliu At Milan, which is in Sullivan county, 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. East from this ruin for half a milo EAST BOUND. Ko. ,. y. ,. So and they mean and intend that it shall world. If nations, like individuals Wind Which Kcached a Velocity or no damage was doue, but between it thero is scarcely a building left standEx Saa Ex Sub Ex Sea ExSas. find expression in the authoritative man- should be called before thebar of God to nud this city a dozen small towns wero ing. B SIITB, Klghty Miles an Hour-Sev- en Steamer T. M. A. M. A. it. n A. M destroyed, and about which no informadate of the nation. The remon.elss answer for their conduct, and if the Lafayette park, ono of tho most atVersailles 3 5s 6 4a to W KichotasviHe A TTOnXEY A T LA W Sunk aud All on Board Drowned Tin-Is- tion can bo secured. tractive public pleasure grounds in tho South American republics and Cuba 10 x u 34 monarchy of Spain, hitherto holding in 73 VaSey View 10 55 7 5S 114" "Venice and Namioki, villages just city, has not a singlo tree left standing. MiHwm or Lire In This Way Alone Will 11 58 Si 11 ao Kentucky. its firm grasp the fruitful and fertile is the child of the sea, should be summoned iimovd, resembles a thicket of underbrush, . r. m. . outside of St. Louis, wero totally de- It laud, has for more than seventy years as witnesses to tell of the 400 years of Richmond 8 30 11 tj ,, 12309-- 1 Reach Into the Hundreds A Number trunks stroyed and a gjoat loss of lifo is report- with tho scatteredof great trees twisted Ubkc ,, In eu wringing the very life blood from wrong, oppression, aud suffering they 12 ag 12 jo about. Moberly 12 31 1 oa of Small Towns In the Vicinity of St. ed from them, Gut it will bo some timo and torn e in 'ulhns MuiHing. 3 the Cuban people by the imposition of have endured, by sword and torture, at BrassfiehL. The Lafayette Park Methodist church, 1 j9 i 4 . Panola ,,, 12 46 2 16 HiouW Have Also Deen Completely beforo positive information as to tho facing tho park, is iu ruins, as is nearly cruel taxes. Its power in Cuba has been the hands of Spain, the voice of almighty 1 Iriiae 3 jo every beautiful houso in taat vicinity. loss and death can bo secured. A D. iL OHENAULT, r. t. J a. h absolute and its rule arbitrary and des- God would shake the universe in the Wiped Oat of Existence CommunicaAt Lafayette and Missouri avenues is a No. i. No. 4. No. 8. N. kj potic It Iiri given the Cubans no voice condemnation of her deeds. Do we owe mass of debns which was formerly tho WEST BOUND Ex SunJEx Sun Ex S Ex Sa tion Cut OQ and There I no Tolling to A TTOJINBYS AT LIW, or representation whatever in the af- Spain any debt of gratitude? When St. Lotm, May 30. Although thou-land- s Lafayette Avenuo Baptist church. A. H T. t. A. M. r.M. What Extent the Disaster lias Ifeacheil. fairs of government. Spanish tyrants, our national life was imperiled, and while of men havo boon at work night North from Lafayette park, on MissisIrvine . 3 40 t 3a Kentucky. Ru IIMOND, sippi avenuo, aro the ruins of Schnider's Panola x 54 4 3 biraners to Cuban soil aud Cuban the echoes of Sumter's guns were still day searching tho ruins aud clearbeer garden. Brassfietd-- .. 1 ji . 4 40 St. Louis, May 28. Death and de- md homes, have driven them with the lash, ringing in our ears, and before a single Moberly 2 ra Nearly every houso on tho east side of 5 sa ing away the wreckage made by tho Union - . iC . 3 5 j iR, e oa Secant Mreet, ever Cheahs gro- - and have compelled this long suffering battle had been fought, to manifest her struction reigns supremo in St. Louis tornado of Wednesday evening which this stieet for a milo or more is either Richmond . 6 05 230 500 54 blown down or badly injured. . Million 6 20 3 00 . people to pay millions to maintain Span- hostility to this republic Bhe leaped to and vicinity, as a result of tho most 5 3a y Valley View tore its way through tho city, thero still 6 34 Brown's tobacco factory, a 3 13 5 57 otrk-ialto the iront and promptly recognized the terrible storm that ever visited this ses-tio- n ish Nicholasvine in luxury and an army 6 58 3 3I $ structure at Eighteenth aud Chouteau Exists about as much uncertainty as to Versailles.. 4 a 7 50 STEPHEN D. PAJIRISH, 7 30 oppress and wrest from them every dol- Confederates as beligerents Have not avenuo, was almost wholly demolished of the country, which struck this the actual number of people killed and nnd to tho north of it is what remains P.M. A.M. r.M. A.M. lar earned by their hard and constant the Cubans met the Spanish hosts in A TTOUXEY AT 1AW. So wide- tho amount of property damaged as on of Evans' Brothers' tobacco warehouse. to day placo yesterday evening. toil. The tyranny of Great Britain, for countless battles, and do they not Trains between Loauvide and Versailles daily A short distauco east of the warehouse Kentucky. oflly a few years, against which our fath- hold possession of three-fourtRiniMnMi. w of their spread is tho destruction in both St. the first morning of the disaster. Scores is tho wreckage loft from a blown up w...i. vMuaMu b ini Mtmc ers rebelled, did not compare for one native laud? Have they not manifested Louis and East St. Louis that it is im of dead have been identified, but no ono gas house. A short distance south of AtTlrains connect with Southern Railway ts and from Louisville, and with the C. N. O, & T. on Seventeenth moment with Spain's brutal tyranny for a skill, a courage, a unity of heart, and a possible to even estimate tho amount of is willing to venture a guess as to how Chouteau avenuo, grammar Patents CaveMs, Tra4e MarVs, Desns, Ktc P. to and from Cincinnati. school, or street, is tho Fulton Kci.rt - to pMcMaMMy inreMioa Free ef centuries in this fair island, and yet in determined puipose, with the sacrifice of Yon can spend five hoars ia LonisvHIe, afcsnt stx many bodies may bo in tho ruins of tho tho ruins of it. From hero can be seen damago and loss of lifo. Buildings of tnar.t Uuturpastcd1 factHiies Moderate terms hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours ia Lexiagt acl l'Cit-46-aijling for a tet. write me , the British Parliament Lord Chatham home and loved ones, almost without a return to Richmond at 3:30 p.a hundreds of buildings as yet unex- tho remains of tho city hospitaL This overy description aro in ruins, and as a For thrcujh rates and other iafermalie- - ap structure, according to Adolph Berliner, nobly vindicated our cause by declaring garallel in human history, to free themplored. an v ticket agent or address the superintendent, has been damaged to the government that resistance to its selves from Spanish chains, and to give result hundreds of people aro reported PHYSICIANS. Tho situation in St. Louis is as fol- to tho extent of over $200,000. Tho a'jts by the coloujes was necessary as it to their posterity the priceless boon ot dead and injured, but until order is re- lows: stables of tho hospital havo been razed to tiro ground whilo the building itself was just, and that there were three mil- civil liberty? Did freedom ever have stored .it will be impossible to make defIdentified dead, 13G. DR. II. R. GIBSON, is so badly wrecked as to bo almost unlions of people in America "who prefer truer disciples or more faithful friends, inite statement. Unknown dead, 18. inhabitable. Tho patients havo for tho poverty with liberty to gilded chains and and did the Christian martyrs, of the Missing, 33. most part been removed to tho Good AXD SURGEON, Tho cyclono broke at 15 minutes after PU K. O. DIVISION. deearlier, or later ages, manifest sublimer sordid afllueuce, and who will die in Shepherd's hospital. Devastation and Fatally injured, 19. Kentucky. fense of their rights as men and as free- faith and courage coming directly from ho tiMi'M). P" ruin is seen on every sido from tho than these braye and 5 o'clock, Seriously injured in hospitals, 401. houso in tho raScarcely Lv Effect March 1, lSOfl- .men." The mighty voice of Edmund heroic islanders? When before in the west, destroying first in tno city propor, hospitals, hospital.half a milo a Estimated injured outside of escaped tho ravago dius of 'fir in the Joe Cc.Kw hniWinK, 18 and ao - Burke electrified the House of Commons world's history iias a small, undisciplined then crossing tho Mississippi to East St. 1,000. NORTH BOUND. of tho storm. over Wai .new dretore. 27in pleading the cauee of the American army, with no resources 6ave what the Louis, and thero, after raging for half At Thirteenth street and Soulard is Tho situation in East St. Louis is as lv. Express for Cincinnati,! arv the ruin of St. Paul do Vincent church, colonies. He rebuked in sternest words rich earth yields on their march, met a a. st. Paris, Maysville, Win- - p. jr. an hour, disappearing in the direction follows: erected in 1844. Tho parochial school CHAS. HOOKER, aud in boldest language the ministry and and powerful army, supChester and Lexington Identified dead, 110. adjoining tho church is also seriously 6.30 mail. I ETERINAIIY SURGEON, 7.1S their measures, and reminded them that plied with all ttie implements of modern of Alton. Unknown dead, 0. damaged. Tho huge tower of tho Saxon 500 families aro left entirely destitute sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss There was littlo warning for the helpCincinnati, Paris, Mays-the close affection which grows from warfare, and driven it behind its shelters Lutheran church at Eighth street and and will need immediate assistance. Dying, 0. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. p. m. ville, Winchester and Lafayette avenue, was blown off, aa Many have not even sufneiont clothing. kindred blood and from equal privileges of protection? If this nation does not less people in the streets, tho thousands Missing, 10. 2.0o Lexington mail. 1.95 was also tho towers and roof of St. PeVeterinary Dcnttstry an4 Stenhty a Sfeciaky. ami protection w ere ties which, though act, and Auditorium All Right. Seriously injured in hospitals, 200. act at once, it treads astep back- on their way homo from work, or the ter and Paul's church on Soulard street. Livingston, London, Jel- New tors, lo e jp stairs overKichmoiril btorc, corner light as air, were as strong as links of ward, and retreats from St. Louis, May 30. Tho following 46- Estimated injured outside of hospitals, The Soulard market, covering nearly an M.nn anj First streets. a duty as im- inmates of tho great mercantilo estab1.10 lico, Pineville. 1255 without Can entire block, from Soveuth to Eighth official statements has beeu furnished iron. This greatest of the commoners of perative and sacred as could be imposed 2,000. Fast line for Livingston, a. m. rowlodcro of ariybody- lishments of tho city who had not yet to Julian tho Associated Press by T. E. Burns, England endeavored to lift the ministry upon it honor, its conscience, and its 11.43 London.Jellico.Knoxville It is believed that tho deaths of tho streets, isand from Carroll cupalo and tho sergeant-at-arm- s 3.10 m. of tho national streets, demolished. Tho Has Nevek Failed "When Dieec-up to his own high pinnacle when he manhood. To aid the American colonies left their posts of duty. injured and the future recovery of bod- roof of St. Martin's Evangelical church Republican convention: a. 3i. Fast line for Cincinnati, p. ji. Metikiine ami SurKOry. & tioks are Followed. 3.19. Paris, Winchester. 11.43 Tho wind had soon gained a velocity ies will bring tho St. Louis death list aro gone and Soulard street at tb.3 cortold them that as long as they kept the :u their struggle for independence, -"Tho convention auditorium was rOHii-Collins Ruikling, fain Street. p. m. Rowland, Lancaster and a. m. up to 200. In East St. Louis tho ner of Fourth is completely blockaded practically uninjured by the great $ Addkess J". D: Ca-3-- , sovereign authority "as the sanctuary of France crossed the sea, encountering all of 80 miles an hour, driving the rain well Ricn-- S (the Ctirr iUce) on & lfcM) 1.25 Stanford. Te.hiie at resilience UroHdway. they have with what a few days ago were the storm, tho only damago being that declare liberty, the sacred temple consecrated to the perils of the deep. Shall not AmermokdKy. p. m. Rowland, Lancaster andi p. x. it and tearing loose signs, cornices, city officials death rollthat that side of homes of thousands of workui.- - people. some of tho light roof covering on the Kentucky the common laith, wherever the chosen ica now, in the day of her strength and lsKIIMuND, on hope that tho 7:23 .Stanford, 6:05 It was about this point that tuo storm southeast corner of tho building was S3L.Consultation Lour after 4 p. m. chimneys and everything in its way. tho river will not exceod 150, but tho turned its way to tho north. It swept blown off. Tho damage can all bo re- $Vill Call ox You if You Desire It.I race and bons of England worshiped free- power, when the fairest island of the two or dom they will turn their faces toward seas at our verv doors asks our aid in her Many buildings of every description ruins upon which the rescuers have not nearly everything beforo it for Fourth paired in a very few days. There is $ 43-5DR II. II. ROBERTS river to not the slightest doubt but that the SSSSS3S9SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS6 JOut-goin- g demolisEed and others 6et on fire yot begun to work may swell tho total threo miles from thoimportant structrains connect at Paris Kentucky you." brave struggle, in a cause dear to every wero Pakis street. Among the building will bo perfectly restored and with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, far beyond that figuro. of in a first clas3 condition long beforo tho tures to fall were tho roof and part fcaT'Uffi(: Corner Duncan Avenue and American heart, rescue her from the by lightning and crossed wires. The Maysville and intervening points. Cubato-la- y is the only spot on the The estimates upon property loss havo the walls of tho Saxony flour null, the day tho convention is to meet." perils that surround her ? g Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. fire department responded to 14 alarms trains connect at Winchewestern hemisphere where despotism grown wider and further apart. Guesses Southern white lead works, Plant's JCSrOfiiee Hoiw: S to 10 a. ui., 1 to 4 p. ster with Lexington and points west, The streets were full of people going aro made all tho way from $2,000,000 to mill and elevator, tho St. Louis Form w ith the mailed hand of a tyrant. rules and ML Sterling and points east. n.t 7 to S p. in. works, all U L' A U N N ' ' ' H U U N Si Out-oinIn the supreme hour of he.-- ssruggle homo from work and a panic ensued as $50,000,000 for St. Louis, and from $1,- - dry and Machine company's seriously Bound with chains and manacled with trains connect at Livises-to- x -- t t t t111 VI 1JJ.JJ lAUllllJ of which wero more or less with Cumberland Gap, Knoxville, fetters a slavery as galling, aud a condi- for existence she holds up her supplicat- soon as tho storm broke, men were 500,000 to 20,000,000 for East St. Louis. damaged. ...SrHCIAI.TIBS... Louisville and intervening potato. Tho number of famines left homeless tion as pitiless as that of him who for life ing hands, asking our guanliauship and picked up and hurled against tho bnild-ing- The most popular estimate is in tho g trains connect at Rowland Nose, Throat and Stomach in his orison den wore the iron mask, or imploring our protection. If we refuse Louis Debris Yielding Up by tho devastation along the path of Ee, Ear, - neighborhood of $25,000,000 for both Mahorses and carriages were sont flyIf you want tho best Washing (near Stanford) with Cumberland Gap, up into the thoutho storm will reach Her Dead. as hopeless as those who pass tlie Bridge to respond to her call, if we turn a deaf i. ing nere ana tncro, ana tailing wires cities, including railroad buildings dam- sands. In many instances theso unforchine that fs made, one that a child Knoxville, Louisville and intervening "points. of Sighs. Let the irou hand of Spaiu be car to her earnest entreaties, if we leave full of tho deadly fluid added to tho aged.- Tho building contractors of the tunates havo lost all their worldly posDR. O. A. KENNEDY, can operate, call on, or address, dejFTrains do not stop where no time from her throat. Let "Weyler, her to ber fate in the hands of merciless have been overwhelmed with orders sessions. Many will for days be for- FATALITIES NOW NUMBER 427. taken PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON, is specified. horror of the scono. Snddonly tho wind city Chas. Waller, pendent on charity and thoir more, generations will tyrants, we nre unworthy of the cluvalric for rebuilding, and tho work of wiping tunate neighbors for shelter. For additional information, inquire of Kentucky. whose name future veered around to tho west and comlliriiMOXDj Richmond, Ky. out the havoc of tho storm will bo . There is a probability that one man tt Is Thought That Many Aro Yet Under K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or of curse, and whose memory will be loaded race of men who, a half century ago, is B57Agents wanted. other agents. whoso horribly mangled body was taken with the execrations of every lover of would have stood bp her Bide, until her pleted .the destruction. It assorted by pushed with all enorgy. Office in Sirith HttSdiHg, No. a4 Main Street, np the Piles of Wreckage Hnndreds of tho stairs. Oflici hours 12 to i and 4 10 5 o clock. In cleaning away tho wreckago tho to the morgue was not killed by- tho Demolished Buildings Havo Not Yet human liberty, be driven from her moruinj;4rum beat, announced that she some of thoso who havo traversed the gentleman who was in thores, that Cuba mav rise to breathe was crowned and garlanded with victory. downtown part of tho city that there workmen have scarcely made a percept- storm. A Been Touched Reports From Surround1 1 i TTrgt rm.j x ; s a a 'rrm-nTTrrnTY- TYi restoring tho neighborhood of tho Union depot power the fresh, pure air of freedom. Spaiu'u Nature formed and endowed her with all ore but fow buildings in St. Louis that ible impression toward houso just after tho storm, asserto that ing Towns. M. FOSTER, DR. .4$444tt chaotio confusion to anything liko or- some of the crowd, there assaulted a cruelties have grown with the centuries, the freshness, bloom, and beauty of a have not suffered in soma way from tho St. Louis, Juno 1. This city i3 gradPassageways have been made ghoul caught thieving aud beat him to YOU der. Kentucky nud IIichmondJ she only wants the opportu- mountain maiden seated her in the storm. principal thorough- death. His story is that whilo viewing ually recovering from tho business through some of tho THE INSTANT RELIEF TOO BET FSOtt nity to repeat the crimes and wrongs that tropics, where mellow sunlight and Tho city bears tho appearanco of hav- fares, it is true, but for the most part the wreck ho saw a halt dozen men paralysis caused by the tornado, which have blackened her history for 400 years. balmy breezes make perpetual spring- ing been shelled by an enemy. In somo tho streets aro still choked with the bat jump en a man who had been loafing i swept through its streets last "Wednes- Telephone 4 office and residence. That Spanish-bor- n Christian priest and time. If a century ajjo she could have places structures havo boeit entirely de- tered remains of homes and factories, about in tho crowd- - Some ono hit tho ,day evening. Aar the work of clearing him to tho tho ruins u., : v.,. a uiuu. - uuu vi j philanthropist, Las Cabas, who was tiie looBened her fetters nnbound her limbs, stroyed, whilo in others high, jagget i D. "" Vi i man witn Then tho inumu jumped on 'increases. progresses the numer of dead G. W. E rANS. M. crowd ground. Tho ruins where at first it tho storm is fully a milo and z hiuf L until ho was was mau aud Kentucky companion of Columbus in his voyages, aud stood up free and untrameled, undci walls stand, a constant menace to RiciiMOS'd not thought there were any dead - ; wido. It starts away out m the sub nucouscious. Somo one cried "Lynch tolls in graphic words thtt btory of Span- the protecting care of law and liberty, as llavinc retted from the practice of medicine Colic, Cramps, Diarrhori, urfcs of tho city where beautiful homes j tn0 thief." Theu tho crowd picked up bodies, aro now yielding them up. So CURES Morbus, Nausea, Changes Flax. Cholera colonies, who can several years 10, for reasvMf bct known to mf ish cruelties towards the defenseless in- did tbij American far the list is as follows: of Water, etc se f, lagain oli i.y professional services to the 'Thero .must bo a great number q; ofneoDloof wealth are located. Tak his limp form and carried it to Russell H EALS Cuts, Bums, Bruises. Scratches, Bites of Known dead in St. Louis, 187. habitants of Cuba and her sister islands measure the growth, prosperity, pover, ues-- r uit'y. people ol Kititi.ed aw ing a zigzag course it extends down avenuo wheio they put it in a dirt Animals. Serpents, Bugs, etc nunii more than three centuries ago. lie was und marvelous wealth that would havo pcoplo imprisoned in the destroyed Unknown dead in St. Louis, 1 1. ir mr servtci wul nud uy erfice nrst B R EAKS U P Bad Colds. La Grippe. Inflaema, thiough where tho densely populated wagon and carted it off . ef the rcsidede ofN. B Deaiherageon Second Fatally injured in St. Louis, 20. Croup, Sore Throat, etc Thn Rnsiness Men's LeaffUO issued of the sceues, aud did all enriched this fairost island of the sea? buildings, who can not to got out foi tenement houses arc located, fully six an street. Injured in St. Louis estimated, 800. j tho following announcement last night SMELLS GOOD, TASTES GOOD, DOES GOOD Every TIME. citizem-havmiles, and crosses tho rirer. in his poer to check the llow of blodd. bho would have been caressed and hours, although thousand!) of Missing in St. Louis, 60. No Relief, No Pay. Sold Eicrrtthere at 25c and 60c Per Bottle. i ref oreuoo to offers of aid from cities f Us coatslas I o sad ens fcalf Umca mj Bach as 22a boule. At the extreme limits of the city to with Known dead in East St. Louis, RfnTM- offered thoir aid to (ho police deNothing iu the most barbarous ages of courted by all nations, as the sales of her , DR. TAYLOR, fcUV UUUUKUVUV tho TTnifol wimv- vutv.u HERB MEDICINE CO. SPRINGFIELD. O. as Lower East St. Louis, 5. ' Unknown dead in tho west is a quarter .Known .,Th n;vrnp. f,nrinrso9 the action of history surpasses the fearful commerce whitened every sea, a'hd partment to help the work of rescue. Praetiliobr in Medicine and Surgery, '? Fatally injured in East St Louis, 3. Grove Park. It is populated by peoplo Mayor Walbridgo in declining outsida poured its treasures into every harbor of Every hospital in tho city is filled of wealth and tho houses are palatial, aid. Injured in East St. Louis estimated, Kentucky picture he presents of the cruel and Richmond feels grateful for the many evitortures una murders of mil- the globe. But shackeled as she has with victims, and thero is a lack of with beautiful grounds and surround- - dencesItof genorosity in theso help offer- 850. Total fatalities, 427. Office and ntldenccou Tlilrd Klreet. lions of men, women and children by been like a gaily slave, with no law but nurses, physicians and medicines, but j ings. To tho southeast of this is an ings, but having made careful investiThe labor of tho city officials in cleardistrict, merciless Spaniards, like so many demons the will of tho oppressor; paying tribute as soon as tho peoplo get thoir wits other region of wealth. Tho storm gation of tho storm-strickewhich, though extensive, is almost en- ing away the dobris is scarcely perceptiDSTTAL STJEQSET. 'He of all that she could earn by her sweat them both. mowed its revelling aud rioting in their blood. night goes without about them again tho work of alleviat- Magnificent waytluough both places tirely confined to tho section of the city ble- Tho city --it gas or electric Tho residences in MAHUFACTUREJt-AXDEALER Ef was awitness to the heart- - rending scene aud toil, to a cruel master beyond the outside of tho principal business area, it tro9t lamps, either rJT.TZVR Kri'PTT DR. A. ing the suffering of tho injured will be wero wiped off tho face of the earth in is -' ui-- i only light afforded is its deliberate judgment that the city private electric plants that f urnishci by of over 0,000 childre-- perishing in a few- seas, driven for so many years by his lash and tho principal roofs wero will bo amply able to fully provide for 'NTAL SURGEON, months, because they were lelt without to enrich his coffers and sustain bis procaeded with in a systematic manner. somo cases, whilo in others Btreets ore in darkness. The work that carried away, tree3 torn from their all tho needs of tho afflicted. Ono thing that hinders the work of RlCHHONIl Kentuckt succor and protection, their parents be throne, she has at last, in her despair and "They further announce that not a has leen done is so meager when comxoots and all tho picturesque beauty depared with that which remains that MD GMNITE MONUMENTS. ing condemned to toil in Spanish mines. agony, turned upon him, with the fixed taking out the dead and rescuing the stroyed. Along California avenue in single hotel in the city has been affectOrrics-nl- th Luildinc, Main Street. Office The electric Compton Heights aro strewn wrecked ed, nor tho wholesale aud manufacturing thero is scarcely any perceptible imhyenas of the jungles and the vul- determination and rebolve to save her injured is the fact that Tombs, Tablets, hours. t).a.i 12 M. ; 1:00 to 4 I. M. materially injured. Tho slight provement. Tho telephono service is K 1'ractf.e limited to dentistry. tures of the air would have been ap- home, her liberty, and her life. She is light wiro and telephono wire is down. homos, roofs of houses, trees, and musses districtsto the special building erected practically paralyzed, although the teleinjury Headstoxes, Urxs, palled at the deeds of blood perpetrated so near 'Our doers that we hear the quick This prevents" communication between of rubbish whirled Jiuto the city from for tho Republican convention has al- phone company has had hundreds of J. A.VATES J c MOKCAK- Statu Any, Etc by the living demons, called Spaniards, pulsations and heart throbs, as the warm the various parfai of tho alty, and. the tho farma'ond wild timber beyond tho ready been repaired, and the building is j men at work repairing- the damago to , its wires. Tho samo is truo of tho now ready icr occupancy." MORGAN &. YATES, of the sixteenth ctfntury. This cruel aud life blopdcourscs tho veins of her patriot town being in absolute darkness all city limits. ! Hundreds of demolished ouildings trl orwrf.a fWim vnrinTiKnnrreA FINE WORK A SPECIALTY other thoroughfares. Not a treo or a DENTISTS, y conduct of Spaiu continued heroes. Upon the lip of every' Cuban night the work of rescue vrenfc on with houso in tho way of tho storm was left along tho riverfront materially rednco J havo not been touched. No one can'tell Kentucky. J thtoughall theaiiuals of South Aineri- - hero is, heaVd thundering at tho very 1 If the ruins' conceal the bodies of victims RlCHMONn, &M iho (iHvnfir.fi nf f.hn lns-- liv drowning. agonizing slowness. without damage. Yonr Trade Solicited.. y"g "" roustabouts-wen- t down will bf tho storm. In many localities a foul can dependencies, until the oppressed i gates of Havana that single utterance, Prom tho corner of St. Vincent and How many To add to tho dismal situation, the probably never be known, as they are pfench arises from tho ruins. Whether OrncE Slain Street, over jlfadison National people threw off the yoke and riijoicedi that kiqdled into a consuming fLune the Work delivered to any part of tho away tho fact BanV rain which fell shortly af tor tho torna- California avenues, could to the north a generally o a class in whose welfare this if-- duo to bodies that the ruins reach, was or dead animals KP1 Jtmt&imn&tf State. fjflfWrite for Designs and "over the oroken fetters of the colonial spirit of! the American colonies tlje war do passed, "began, again at f:30 o'clock east as lax. as tho oyo interest, most of theia be- 'conceal human there is littlo stretch fit devastation mid rain. Tho ing negro nomads who raova frosa one lame alone can tell. bondage, which for COO years, hadnionop- - cry of Patrick Henry ' Givo me liberty J. L. HARRIS, iU D.j D. Prices. The number of persoas and families and catno down in torrents Sill night. corner was an port to another. Christian church at this Today it animates ohzed their treasureand their resources, I or give no are mux witnout aomes ana witn-- it The Etcauier J. J. Odill, the Illinott GEO. is impossible to gefcjreporfcafrom almost nnrocognizablo pile of brick, ' - " Kentucky. Richmond, tj,e heaaty of a climate every daban heart, with the hopej that J It tho means of getting them. is great, A little" to the rivet packed watch wentf to pieces at UraJ the police stations, where ;oaany of the mortar and timbers. CbraerrMer am ia daily uo wfcrib- iairrwacoaa w nercvers herald tjjedawn. ora tingntcw aay, wtieu Hip f tows and ndje work a specialty. Offit rwh with nature s biessirtfirs Bouthstands tho M30Bri2?ciSc Rail- - Pittsburg dyj anex a khuih Bttng food to the kneitrr. Over a ban- KtkBJl K Tf er S ullace & ioce. Main street. Office hours J C&ferr.wt-slikll take- - her placo in the majestic dead and injured have been tkkwi, and the enemy had moved over the beautiful Cuba J is Si M WON'S Ll bR RbviULATOR. Don't Nov, is the time you t .t ;. r J it most to wake up your Liver. A s .,ibh Livei brings or. dahlia, Fever SPAIN AND CUBA. Aue, Rheumatism, and many other 1 -- crv history furnish another picture as horrible and as revolting in the tragedies of nations ? Spain cannot escape the ver diet of history, which Cicero called ''the torch of truth and the life of memory." It Btandsrtip to confront her. The living witnesses of the past centuries tell the story of her wrongs and crimes how she has crimsoned the earth with the blood of the innocent, until it seemed to flow from a perpetual fouutain, as the wailiug cries of her myriad victims from fiendish tortures stirred to pity the very hosts of heaven. The evidences are overwhelming that iu this enlightened age, and uuder the very shadow of the republics of this hemisphere, where every citizen is a fiecmau, Spain has not improved her methods of government, has not relaxed her severity or abated her tyrannies and cruelties in the long oppressed island of Cuba. Evidence that cannot be denied comes to us that a degraded and beastly Spanish soldiery deliberately put to death fathers, husbands, aud brothers so that unchecked they can outrage mothers, wives, and sisters. -- assembly Let it give notice to all the world that on the 4th of July next the one hundred and twentieth anniversary of our independence it will proclaim in old Independence Hall, the sacred sanctuary and birth place of freedom, that Cuba shall take her place among the nations and be welcomed into the sisterhood of republics. Let Cubau patriots accept no terms of surrender. Let no proposition for better government delude the people, whose struggles and heroism have commanded the admiration of the civilized world, and whose sufferings have arroused the sympathies of the millions that have watched the To listen to long and bloody struggle. terms is but to hearken to the howl of the hyena or the ravenous cry of the vulture Let the heroic islanders demand of Spain unconditional surrender of every foot of Cuban soil bathed by the ocean's surf. Let every Cuban patriot swear by the sun. moon, and stars; let them pledge the ocean waves, that bathe the shores of theii island home, that they will stand firmly by their colors until the place upon the brow of Cuba, crim soned with the blood of her fallen brave, the wreath of victory, and plant beneath her feet the rock of independence. James H. Emery. , "Washington, May 16. consequently all statements in regard to the dead and wounded up to the present timo .are the merest conjectures, but there is no doubt that the loss of lifo is greater than anytfiing the country has known since tho disaster at Johnstown. Seven steamers lying at wharfboats on this and East St. Louis side of tho river havo been sunk with all on board. The magnificent steamer Grand Republic was sank with nil on board. Tho steamor D. H. Piko, with SO passengers on board, bound up the river for Peoria, was blown bottom sido up. Tho steamer Conger was blown nearly across the river and sauk at a point opposite Carondelet, 14 Latest U.S. Go.'t Report ir!rS 100 ABSewirEEv PIJIE miles bolow. vnj uuoiuu. a. greater portion oi intj roof was torn off, and tho whole building was so badly wrenched that the superintendent, Dr. P. F. Vasterling, says that it will take at least $15,000 to repair tho damage. There are nearly wero thrown into a state of panic. The Hodgson school, still south of tho hospital, is wrecked to tho second floor, while a row of .residences across tho street wero not harmed. Tho Chouteau school, half a milo north, was so badly damaged that it will probably havo to bo rebuilt, whilo nearly over dwelling intervening was unroofed or demolished. At California and Russell avenues tho houses ut tho northeast corner ore in ruins, whilo thoso on tho opposite cor-nwero scarcely damaged. But for blocks in overy direction wore ruined buildings. Looking from this point toward tho business center of tho city, as far as tho oyo could roach, aro wrecks of homes. Tho course of tho storm was down a valley whore, beforo tho city was laid .utor j The steamer Dauphin, a pleasure boat, containing 20 women passengers find a crew of six men on board, was blown against tho middle pier of the Eads bridge and broken in two. In Bomo miraculous manner, the women and two of the crow managed to cling to the stone work of the pier and wero afterward rescued. The steamer Libbie Conger of tho Diamond Jo lino with Captain Seaman, his wif o aud a crew of , six men, was sunk in tho middlo of tho river. Apart from the number of lives lost hero and on the east sido of tho river, tho number drownod in the Mississippi will agTogato hundreds. Excursion steamors lying at tho leveo nnd those running up and down tho river wero sunk almost immediately, thoso on board having absolutely no opportunity patients in the hospital and they to-da- 5 six-see- six-stor- s ... I a- r ... Sec-stc- ports received at Carlyle, JJls., of tho hnvoc wrought in that vicinity by the tornado "Wednesday evening continuo, to swell the list of dead and injured. A aown'nve unrorninates to a wnicijr rumor was afloat here that Richview, a death. Tho victims wero: small place situated on the Illinois Cen- Morris Fisher, a well known mertral, had been entirely demolished and chant of Hardin, Ills. Mrs. Gooderaf 20 persons had been killed, but it esthe samo placo; Sim "Woods, chief clerk caped with small injury in comparison of tho boat, and tho second cook and with neighboring towns northwest. chambermaid, whoso names are unThe full extent of the loss of property known. can not bo ascertained for weeks to Tho revised list of total and partial come. Many orchards hava been delosses in tho loveo office of tho harbor stroyed, thus entailing a los3 of thoudepartment included tho following sands of dollars. steamers: Dolphin No. 2, Llbby ConThe tornado was also a visitor in ger, J. J. Odill, City of Quincy, Henry vicinity of Ashley, threes miles souththo of Sckman, Georgo A. Madill, four "Wig- Richview, and demolished houses, barns ferries, tugboats Baton Rouge, and orchards. ello and S. C. Clubb, Bald Eaglo and It seems that the storm ported beforo soveral barges all total losses, and the reaching this place, one-haProvidence, Vicksburg, Cairo, Exporter, north of it and the other south. going Harvester, Monroe, Arkansas City, Oakville, 18 miles south of Carlylo, Louis Houck and tho city harbor boat, was visited. Rain fell in torrents, all badly injured. swelling tho small streams to rivers. Shade trees aro strewn in profusion over IN EAST ST. LOUIS. tho town. Emma Krause, aged 19, died iAte Figure Reduce the Estimates of the yesterday. Her parents wero killed. This makes tho total number of dead 15. Number of People Killed. Tho storm came from the northwest East St. Louis, His., May 80. Two at New Baden, and went southeast toTho territory companies of tho Illinois state militia ward MascoutaU. tho two places wa3 untouched. from Greenville and Belloville, Ills., in At New Minden, it assumed a southall about 100 men, are patrolling the easterly course and destroyed that loveo district of this city. Dead lines placo, but skipped Hoylton, which is situated between thero and Richview. were established and no ono is allowed There was a difference also in the to pass without a permit. manner of destruction. At New Baden The effect of theso stringont measures the trees were twisted, whilo in other was soon seen in tho greatly decreased localities it was aa direct blow. Tho storm disappeared fsw miles south of number of peoplo in the devastated dis- Ashloy. Tho value of property destroyed in trict. Over 60 suspects have already been arrested and wero sent out of town New Baden, New Minden, Richview, and vicinity is or locked up. Soveral pickpockets and Ashley and Oakville Thoso killed in said to exceed $200,000. this confidence men havo also been arrested. vicinity aro: Robert Foster, Mrs. In addition to tho militia and police force, Conell and infant, farmhand, name unChief of Police Caney swora in 50 de- known; Samuel Oliver. puties who wore placed in different parts of tho city. The property lossp is hard to estimate, but $2,000,000 to $3,000,000 millions are conservative figures. Late figures rather tend to rednco tho estimates of the number killed, and tho probabilities aro that it will not run much over 150. Tho bodies of Miko Go Kilday and "Will Forrell havo been recovered from tho ruins of tho Vandnlia general offices and an unidentified body of a middle-age- d man was found by & workmei. whilo removing tho debris from tho location of tho old Tremont House. Ono more corpse, that of Georgo Lucky, was found about noon. Ono feature of the storm, and ono of tho after effects of which were somewhat feared was tho largo number of horses killed. On every 6ido could bo seen tho mangled bodies of these animals. Tho police department was busy all day removing tho carcasses, and Our factory on Laurel Street in Richmond "is now running, and we are none too soon, for tho warm weather of prepared to fill orders for twist of the the past two days had already started decomposition. The railroad yards aro gradually be Richmond-- " I ing cleared of debris. moving oi rains uucu uiuru pusdiuiu, . B. and though it will bo weeks before anything liko order can bo restored. At least 400 j freight cars were overturned and either "Pair ol i wholly or partially demolished, and as many of theso wero loaded with merchandise, the work of clearing the tracks Brands, three grades. We can save you money. Send us a trial order; you will will necessarily bo slow. Espebe glad with our products. organA ladies relief corp3 has been cially pleased to hear from country merized of which Miss Louisa Gross of East chants. St. Louis i3 president and Mrs. Ira Ross, White Sweet of East St. Louis, vice president. 49 Richmond, Ky. Committees havo been appointed from all churches of the city and ore actively at work soliciting aid and aro meeting Wanted-f- ln with good success. The now library building has been Protect your Ideas; they may bring you wealth. me wun.i csiJ4uxwi kw. raieafr tho general relief headquarters. Tickets neys. Washington, D. C for their S1AU orixeAiwr offer aro being distributed to tho needy ones ana use o: two hundred Inventions wanted. for food, clothing and shelter. Mayor Bader estimates that at least ilf bo-we- Powder uieu teams art? Kept uusy moving ltuui-tur- o D. P. Armer i3 receiving his spring from, wrecked buildings for thoso stock of Jewelry and Novelties, somewho did not have the means to pay for a van. There are hundreds of peoplo thing entirely new. The latest fads m who need clothing and need it badly. , bells, ladies watch guards, silver novelties and in fact anything you may want DEAD LIST SWELLING. Keporta From Outside Towns Tell of Fur- in his line at bottom prices, Don't fail to see them. 18- ther Loss of Life. St. Louis, Juno 1. Additional reFREE SiLYER MM ?i it P4 tmi j are afraid to let your money It loose, for fear of a depreekkal cur1 rency in the future, go to I). P. ARMER'SandpuiU in Dkmoixh, XI where it teiU be safe, and at &. N prices he w Offering them, yon wiU be able to realize a profit on them. If you DOUGLAS & SMITH, MUTTON, VEAL, FISH, Rrpotfocf Ham, Ham, BEEF, ;i " Prompt Delivery, hr ...SI rvsj f R. N, & B. B. R. In Table q and See,.. yT 22-2- 1 ...the TWo J's. Joijes Jerri. ' OREADY TO .. -.- , w? LYTHETRAD! a recjife y rt3lf, 'fj E fata" 0 L. & N. E. K 4 i Idea i ( ?' pz Alcohol Cure!! 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Li F F : PUBLISHED KVZBT WEDNESDAY BY The Glimax Printing Co. PRICK f PKIt YEAR, $1.50. 1896. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 3. CANDIDATES - - ANNOUCEMCNT FOR COXGKESSS. John S Owsley, of Lincoln county, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the Stb District, subject to the action of the Democratic party Bhyqr Fokee, of Shelby county, is a candidate for Congress, to represent theSth district, subject to the action of the Democratic part. FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. Judge W tS. Feior, of Henry county.is J i of the office of Judge ox the Courtof Appeals, from this District, subject to the action of the Democratic party.' a candidate for Were any Congressional geese cooked on last Saturday? J. C. S. Blackburn will be a strong man at Chicago for President. Mark Hannah is to be Chairman of the 'National Republican Committee. The Cumax believes in a majority rule, and is always for the nominee. Bland, Stone, Tillman & Co. must keep their eye on Joe Blackburn at U will not chanee them. So shut tout mpmmmmBimMKmimmMJimma mouths as to each other but open them ' on the Republicans. Stop fighting each 1. . GORRESPONDENGE. . other and fight the common enemy. Aside from the reasons above, reasons PircnBMqriywryffiHq why Democrats should stand together, PANOLA. and which reasons are entirely sufficient, delayed. there is another and greater reason: Bro. J. R Boatman ispreachiug nights This money question cannot last long Free silver will either triumph or bo de- this week. Much land which had been sown in feated next November in the United States. If it wins, that settles the quea. oats is being sown in millet. tion for years to come. If it loses, and David Oglesby lost a new saddle at the Republicans come into pou er, they Bear Wallow Saturday uight. will remain in power just so long as the Meeting at Bear The Democrats continue divided.. So there Wallow was wet, but a big success. is no excuse there is no reason for per. The many friends of George Thomas petuating this family wrangle. will be sorry to learn that he is danger- For the pood of tlin Demwrnfii' nnrtl niiklv r J ll ciI for the sake of harmony, the Climax Dr Jarncs is pegging away at a lie w has ceased to discuss the financial question, and it hopes all Democrats will do hole in the ground hope he'll find aj lake of oil'at the lowest end. likewise. There are other and greater questions to be discussed not betweenDemocrata COLLEGE HILL. alone, but betw cen Democrats and Re Mrs. Rowland Brookshire is very low publicans. They are the fundamental) Scrofula. y- States Rights 4 with principles of DemocracMiss Emma Powell, of Winchester, is opposition to centralized power oppose visiting Miss Sallie Powell. tion to a "strong government," oppost Mr. A. P. Wilson is on the sick list, tion to force, oppression and a long lisn of other evils. These are questions that having nearly lost his sight- have always existed and always will ex- ) Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Webb, of Clark, ist. They are the questions we must isited R. G. Engle last week. stand upon long after the money question Quarterly Conference was held at the shall have passed away. The money M. E. Church, Saturday and Sunday. questiou is not a fundamental principle. Of a family of six children, born to the Begin now to fortify against the comyj w ife of Charles Wood, three were born mon enemy. on the 10th day of May. Louis, May 10, THE ST LOUIS CURRENCY PLANK. 1887 ; Ruby, May 10, 18S9; Robert, May ...! . ...I.,. .... ., I. - the Kentucky chauauqua .- ..,,,.. J 1 ; I ' W ttt 10, 189G. r i Chicago. "Broke it off in us" is about the correct description of Saturday's Conventions in Kentucky. Clevhland vetoed the River and Harber bill, out of consideration for the weak condition of the Treasury. 1 ' The St. Louis cyclone was a terror, but nothing like the one that struck Ken eend to eend la6t Saturday tuckv Jro-i- I'' t can get tliP,nomina-tKM- i at Chicago and will pat a muzzle on Wat Hardin he will carry Kentucky in November- - If Joe K..k.burn In Foe Tillman, of South Carolina, or Alt-gel- d, of Illinois, to be nominated by the Democrats at Chicago for President, would be a national calamity , but we'd support either in No ember. Hon. Chari.eb J. Bbonstox waited to see wh'ch way thecat was going tojump, and then ntoved over to that side, just fn timetosny "I'm glad to see you beeti waiting for you a long time !" I'e C. J. Bronbton. all along for sound 5t money, did not call on Governor Stone t Lexington, notw itlistanding the latter sent for him and really wanted Mr. Brou-sto- n to introduce him to the people but a week later he did introduce a Texas free silver speaker, and not only that, but occupied fifteen minutes iu making a free biher speech of his own, soundly 1MMiiic!Rg Cleveland, Carlisle and other gold wen, all of which shows our former t'jwi&UMii to be a man of ingenuity as well as resources, and can see 'at least a few tlajb ahead. TWO TO ONE. Tv The New York Tribune prints the various currency planks of the States, with the date of their adoption. It is noteworthy that as the w eeks went on, Conventions grew bolder and bolder and plainer and plainer in their declarations. The Ohio Convention was held on March 10 only two Conventions having been held before it One of these was that of Arkansas and the other that of Florida. Arkansas resolved in favor of "true bimetallism," and the equality of the purchasing power of the dollar of every kind. Florida made no reference to the currency question. Then came the Ohio platform. It called forth sharp discussions, and a good deal of harsh comment. We have no doubt that the man who wrote it, whoever he was, intended it for a sound money platform, and there can be no question but the New York Tribune is correct in classifying Ohio as one of the "sound money" States. But after the adoption of the Ohio platform, platform-maker- s hewed out planks with sharp edges The declarations became free from ambiguity or sua ceptibility to any other than one construction. Free coinage was oposed in so many w ords. The latter planks have no possibility of niisconstrurtion, wheth er you take Indiana or California. The lines have been drawn .y sharply. Now, as to the summary. fifty States and Territories, the Tribune places in the sound money column 33 , in the free silver column 9, and in the doubtful columns. Thee ccnetituene.es sejd to the Convention delegates az follows : For sound money, 740 ; for free coinage, 84 ; or doubtful, 92. The classifications make certain the kind of a plank that will be adopted at fct. Louis. It is as certain as the future can be that the Convention .will pronounce against free silver coinage. Cincinnati Commercial-Gazett- College Hillnvas the scene of two fearful storrcs or cyclones last w eek. Trees were blown up by the roots, fences upset and the barn of Hamilton Mellon was torn to pieces, orchards were badly damaged From all accounts it must hae been a cvclone. TtT BEREA. And this is June again, sure enough. Mulberries are ripe and squirrels plentiful. Mrs. W, S. Young, the wife of our Postmaster, is still an invalid. Real Estate is increasing in value here and many improvements arebeingmade. Bills are out announcing the 30th Annual Commencement of Berea College on Thooiinth annual session fof the Kentucky Chautauqua convenes in its beautiful tioinc at Woodland Park, Lexington, Ky., on June 30, and clones July 10. The prognUn, as arranged bf Dr. W. S. Davidson th6 best known Chautauqua manager in the country is ope of exceptional brilliancy. "Thebest things obtainable In the entertaiqnient lines have been secured. On the lecture platform will appear such men as Prank Beard, the famous chalk-talman i Profesbor Thomas H. Dinsmore, with instructive and scientific lectures with experiments; Dr James Headley, the foiemost man on the American platform; Leon H. Vincent, the popular fax onte, comes with four Interesting biographical) studies Frank R. Roberson, tho leading stereop- ticon lecturer, will show pictures and talk on Japan aud China; Chas. bprairuc Smith, the famous art critic ; Jahu De- Witt Miller, the perennial favorite, strong and eloquent, will be heard in two lectures; Benjamin Horning will, with marvelous elocution, lecite from the great authors and impersonate them in dress and voice; James S.Burdelte, the famous New York impersonator ami humorist, will be heard with delight, aud a band gives two concerts daily. Madame Cecilia Eppinghaii8en Baily and Miss Hor- tense Pearce, two wonderful singers, will be heard in charming solo work. The Tyrolean Troubadors, from the Tyrol mountains, dressed in costumes, wil) indulge in unique fewita waibling. Mr. Elmer P. Ranson w ill perform many feats of conjuring. The Old Homestead Male Quartette, easilj the best in the country, will be heaid for five days. Miss Esther Fee, a charming violinist, will also be in attendance. Tlie Fourth of July will be the greatest occasion of the Chautauqua. The silver question will be discussed- - Horr and Harvey are names known to everybody. The great debate held in Chicago w ill be transferred to Lexington for July 4th. It is the burning question of the hour and espec-iallattractive to Kentnckiaus jut now. Mr. Harvey will favor free silver; Mr. Hprr will speak against it It will be worth a. journey ol hundreds of miles to Lexington on July 4th to hear these men talk on this question. AVehae never offered anything so attractive on the Fourth of July. At night the Tyrolean Troubadors will Warble and Mr. Ransom k mis-tifyi)- Is Your If it is, yon will bo strong, vigorous, full of lifo and ambition; yon will havo a good appetite and good digestion; your sleep will be sound and refreshing; your nerves will bo strong; yon will have little need to fear disease In any form. But how few can say that their blood is purelIIow many peoplo are suffering daily froin tho consequences of impure blood, scrofula, salt rheum, rheumatism, catarrh, nervousness, sleeplessness, headache, and DECORATING AT DANVILLE. ii!s$ssss&&sssss;S SINGLE SENTENCES FROM RE I I i lood Pure That Tired FeeHng Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies, vitalizes and enriches the blood. Therefore, it is the medicine for yon. It will give you pure, rich, red blood and strong nerves. It will overcome that tired feeling, create an appetite, give refreshing sleep and make yon strong. Is not this just what you want? Then take Hood's SnrsaparUla. It is the best building up medicine. Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock the graves of the Federal and Confederate soldiers in the Danville Cemetery wiflbe decorated. There are about 300 Federals and abont 70 Confederates, making a total of 430 buried there. As flowers are scarce this season it is requested that every one who can (the ladies in partic uTar) will contribute a few bouqets in order that there may be enough for each and every grave. Rev. J. R. Deering, a brave Confederate who served under Morgan, and Capt Sam Boone,' a'gallant Federal who served under Wolford, havo both consented to come and make addresses and assist in honoring the brave boys who gave their lives for the causes they loved. Advocate. REMEDIES FOR CUT WORMS. SEY- - 1! STATES. -S- PECHH i Tennessee is celebrating its centennial. ' Richard Little shot and killed his wife lit Chico, California, and then killed aimself. Hood's Sarsaparilia Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently In the public eye today. Hood's Pills SS BSSVSKffi NEW YORK FASHION LETTER. June 24th. Sqnire'U. S. Coyle thinks he will have no trouble to be elected to office w lieu his term expires. Quite a number of sound money men went from here last Saturday to the Richmond Convention. Berea MasonicXodge has been repaired and improved greatly, and her membership is increasing. Mrs. T. G. Bickncll has opened a stock of groceries and will keep a variety of such things to sell to the public Decoration day came in sunshiny, and the entire country population was here iu full force and effect, and maidens and beaux w ere in their gay attire with flowers and banjos in abundance The Grand Army Post made a fine display, and the old boldiers looked proud they were living A grand free dinner was spread n the College Campus, and the day was a joyous one to many.- - will perform feats of magic. Chas. Scott, Business Manager, lxixington, Ky. PEPPER'S HORSIS. The following is a complete list of the first day's sale at Morris Park by Wood-ar- d & Shanklin. Those disposed of were from Col J. E. Pepper's Meadowthorpe Stud: Brendoo, b c, 4, by Hindoo; damBren-do- . M. Gibson, $300. The Dragon, br c, 3, by Imported St. C. Fleisch-mau- n George; dam & Son, $2,200. Tenor, b g, 4, by Falsetto; dam Ten Drop. J B. McCanu, $125. Old Sport, ch c, 2, by Imported Kan-takdam Dissipation. F. E. Scnultze, Bide-a-Wee. a; "fhe $135. R. N. Ellis, $450. Blue Ribbon, b c, 3, by Imported Deceiver, dam Uproar. F. E. Schultze, $100 Margaret Roth, ch Kantaka; dam First. f, 2, by Imported nniiiplrv irpnt for froo fiSK-p-r on Snf- I Hrdflv.bvalMttwotoone.tl.o.oldr.,onJ. cariying oaiy two Congressional districts Ufe Fifth and Sixth Louisville, the home of the Courier-Journand the honjeof Carlisle, being the slfowg centers Every couBty in the Second and Third districts w eat for silver. Boyle, by reason of C. H. Rodes's candidacy, went for sound raeney, and Madison went the same wav by reason of J.Stone Walker's candidacy. Rockcastle and Jackson were the only adjoining counties to Madioou that went ah she did. It was a Johnstown, aud no doubt about that. al, Cov-mcto- n, 6ound-uone- 3- WHAT THE SILVER MEN XUVKMBEK. WILL DO IX Silver's mobt conspicuous organ in the West is the Denver News. Here is its latest editorial utterance which doubt less voices the sentiment of the silver otere of the Rocky Mountain region. It says: " We feel sorry for the people who do not understand that we are in earnest in the West in the advocacy of free coinage. It is not a theory with us, and it imtbt be a condition of securing cur alle giauce to any party or candidates whatsoever. We have.said w hat we meant all along, but the East seems to be dense i I A , plowing. Miss Alice Creekmore and Miss Laura Allen attended the Decoration day exercises at Berea Saturday Mr. Mark Settles is improving from his recent illness, and is able to be at his place of business again. Mr. Albert C. Hart made a flying Visit Institute and the Southern Baptist The to Woodford couuty last week and was entirely clear. They expect the Demological Seminary. The opinion of the much pleased with the country. crats to be as wide apart next November, court, with Judges DuRelle and Guffy Mr, John Robinson still runs his mill as they were last Saturday. In that dissenting, was delivered by Judge on Fridays, sells groceries at his store event the Republicans would have the farmer." Mt Steiliug Journal. and in effect holds that these in- and keeps the Big Hill and is eaaitot bort of a walk-oj,er- . stitutions ate of a purely educational and a sound money man and a stauuoh DemBut Democrats must not be divided. At Victoria, New Brunswick, Tuesday eleemosynary character, aud, as such, are ocrat On the coutrary they must stand toafternoon, a bridge one hundred feet exempted from taxation under the presgether, pat their shoulders to the wheel high feli with street cars and carriages ent constitution as they were under the and give the nominees one great grand, DOYLESVILLE. killing and drowning one hundred and old constitution." united, long strong push. From this fiftj people. Mont of our people went to Richmond ime until that time let them gather in THE PRICE OF HORSES. last Saturday to vote. a tell tank of wind for the occasion OR. PEFFER'S We all welcomed the nice ruins which l8YAL-TttiSuojnoments discussing the money Y The present low prices of horses is not qjujatjon. CeMemafcTngldTolitrretDarkg likely to last, sas the Texas Farm and just fell in time to save the farmers. -iv JfEWDISCOVEKV. rEVKttFAjr.8. Miia Nannie Cockrell arrived home atxut "the great Euqmrer being bought-Uj- j Ranch The world wants horses,-an-d M fc itow nsra oycrer bu,u(w by the rich mine owners," or "the from Midway last Thursday where she laJIch Invigorates ISeta organs. lie. must have them, aud the present check laiUotlcMut. irnre cf danetraiM sin&U Lux KaEio grunt Courier-Journabeing bought up to horse raising will has been attending jchool.- paper. t3 per box. U. Sen: ia .about two years hm!1 In plain wrapper. Sea'i 4o In by Wall street," or "Carlisle belling out w ent to Col A number from this place zaxnpe lor paruenjar. now tr ietj Post develop a short supply, and if this is true ; amviaianrinnrMui I'rkiriiHK.uii to the gold bugs," or "Blackburn being j "tlAAi ASSOCIATION, CUuuctt. 111. then hortes will again become horses and lege Hill last Saturday and Sunday to be ; paid by the ytVcr men. ' Such remarks VIGOROUS. by Richmond Drug Co. and W. command horse prices. Men can get at this decoration and Quarterly meeting. WEAK ftSEK && Sold are not calculated to close the chasm. G. White. Rousted and then toasted was a gold around rapidly on bicycles when the How did Madison county go last No-- 1 roach) ars good and scurry through the lug ho spoke here last Fxidaj night ... . ... r .I..I u,u .1 le autMS ol tr ?U l WJ of ,. 'cu,u,:f' TI fcP'SM M J? BEST IN QUALITY. MOST IN QUANTITY. md cities. hnthoiMM ng&inst L. E Parker of this place and f twfcy go last November' Both went' i i ..i free silver HU1HM pun me piowo auu wnguus, uuu Jiike? Baxter, of Brookstown, J7 Ri.aijhcan. They will go Republican carry the heavy caalry and draw the men-Oiv iarf. fc EB WW- - xrh&t. ii again, next November, if the Democrats guns to the front iu tune of and caisons. EFFER'S BElRVifiaR Dirt Sunday school will be held at 4 art; divided. Madison will have one Ren. is acu pofrecraiiy awj quiciir. 1 war, or peace, 'i'tiere is plenty omseior o'clock p. ni., instead of 10 . m., next , othorsfsll. Yaaiw uioa rcKiUttncStcares raen clt tnLhoxl. publican candolaie, Hon. A. R, Burnam, horses And alnnya will be, but when the Suudiy, on account of mcsl of the school i men reMverroathfal vteor. AbtlolelyOunr-nntce- d to Core Z.ostvltiilll' probably two Hon. J. Speed Smith supply exceed? the demand prices go wanting to go ... tne Canepnug Church ImiKjtcncy, N!fcfeU"Xmlln3, LntVon hhe-wiJIS exjcither and aU . .. . . have no Democratic candidate! c$ta nf art atuzi cr excastt en when the demand exceeds in thh morning. Wn.rdxlf lonnit't Fnl conBainptt.n :17 7 This wil make the race all the harder. down, and Iti'I 1 . w-m iscpofBiiifcriniesspussuiutc will go up. In the latter Ilia Unliia f!ra yleWeiteriirofit. lc&)sti"l.ttc. z raira nnmo Frrtm uon'tisiarufWtt This will require double work to ctxry the supply thev B or send for It b'JSr'&NE&VJK. continencythemanwhohadceedtol AYc(Jnest1 at htch er. a per Javestpookat. o,JfrwaM piilmrn." the county Democratic. dox, or produtbors or produces a kind tbtfi plerdshe has been attending HamiI(nQ, CanbcarrUlarsit lor Cutiwim a. n Uf w r!ttitt t'. tir Democrats, you can do no ood now wobody-iraHts- ; , HUB! LTKW will he left, WW ! WWI e diccrifsing finances with each other. 'Jho t yemle College, Jvhe broughp, with hern raedal., which pros'es the d- - Sold by Richtnoa ..pnighCQfcad dV.agatos .are elected and instructed.' TWiy jecfi were drowdby r .. aa ws ft. , r. If . MtaM. -- l White. I im,xiiuvi. Tuw.wviou la eftftrly ilfiud. TaHtJ ftjlEpprfloti- - t!fQrttu)JcGtt$or, low,, vxw wnem fe wk g, post-offic- e, as well ass effete." You will notice that a "condition" demanded by the Western silverites at it. Louis and Chicago is free coinage. With that condition, they will remain loyal to their jwrtieB ; otherwise they will not y support the nominees This is truer of the Democrats than of the Republicans. Can those Westerners demand or expect more loyalty at the hands of their opponents, than they mean to give? How of is a Democratic victory to be won along the cases ot the various municipalities such lines, next November? against the following institutions for taxes for several years past, viz : TrusWHY THEY SMILE. tees of the Kentucky Female Orphan Republieaus have had to set their ears School, Pikeyille Collegiate Institute, back, until they touch, behind their Nazareth Literary and Benevolent Instiheads, to make room for their smiles, tute St. Xavier's College, St. Mary'B College, Loretto Literjary and Benevolent since Saturday. Why ? The reason is to-da- Mr. Will D.Candee. our public printer here issued a "manifesto" the other day in the shape of a hand bill, publishing our new watchmaker, Mr. Hamilton, for neglect to fix a $3 Waterbury watch as THE SCHOOL FUND J)Finn" f oq; ys heJfrought it should have been (mdeiiSunqnc, atldifus proccedure caused a stir "" Davidson, the ftupei.... nurcnapf among tiie populace to such an extent as Public Instruction, says that while there to cause the whole Faculty of Berea Colhas been no official correspondence on the lege to haveacalled meeting and request subject, a tacit understanding has been Mr. Caudee to take back his innuendoes reached by himself, the Auditor aud in the way and manner they were first others that this schooliund deficit issued. This effort at newspaper busi shall be made up in full out of future ncss gave many here a small idea of the funds, and that all schools and teachers effect of printer's ink. The bad feelings will get the full amount contracted for, of the two young gentlemen have been and promised for this year. This w ill be amicably adjusted and all is serene, good news to many teachers w ho feared a curtailing of the school terms. NEWBY. The Superintendent, howeer, like every one else, now foreees a big reduc William Jenkins sold a nice horse court tion in the per capita to be fixed for the day. next sxhool year. It will probably go R. John Heathman has been very sick from $2.80 per capita to aa low $2.50. The for several days. s reports of are now coming MissMattie Ilolman entertained a gay in and enough have been received to show that there will be a small increase company of ladies and gents Saturday. in the number of school children reportThe Antioch Sunday School is proed, as compared with last year's report gressing nicely under the leadership of which showed a ,totalof 727,723. This Bro. Holman. fact, in connection with the reduced revE. E. Million will go to Lexington as a enue tor schools, as well aa other purdelegate to the Democratic State Conposes, and the fact that something like 175,000 must be taken from it to make up vention Wednesday. the present deficit just referred to, will Rev Jesse Caldwell delivered his fareeasily cause the big per capita reduction. well ssrmon at Antioch last Sunday. All Besides this, the schools are bound to be regret to see him leave. more expensh e next year, as the attendance in all public schools will be larger BLUE LIOK. on account of the new compnlsory education law. Squirrels are plentiful. Gardens are looking well. EXEMPT FROM TAXATION. Dan Allen has returned from Garrard A special from Frankfort, Saturday, county. said: "The Court of Appeals rendered Mr. John Hawkins is building his new a decision which is important aud house slowly but surely. in its effect, exempting from Blackberries are grow ing nicely, and taxation millions of dollars worth of there will be a small crop of apples. property of institutions of an eleemonsyn-ar- y Corn is not doing as well as the farmers character. would like for it and many are behind in The decision was in- consolidation e. -- taka, dam Woodbeua. $85. Woodbird. ch f, 2, bv Imported KanE P. Sauford, Cram, b c, 2, by Imported Kantaka; dam Queenie. W. Gibson, $125. Sannie, br f, 2, by Impor,ed Kantaka; dam Vattot. R. N. Ellis, $100. L'Etoile. ch f, 2, by Imported Kantaka-daTen Drop. J. B. McCann, $50. Govinda, ch f, 2, by Imported Kantaka; dam Nocturne. H. Eugene Leigh BeoSie Lee. The wash dresses of thisyear are more beautiful than ever iu coloring, design and texture. The novelties in grass cloth, which is extremely fashionable, are remarkably varied in design. Gay and bright effects as w ell as the daintiest subdued tones appear in these fabrics. The skirts of summer gowns are trimmed with a narrow cluster of rufll s, puffs, tucks or lace on the bottom. The waists are made in a very simple fashion, w ith yoke or fischu effects- Cotton materials with embroidered designs are much in vogue- - Sometimes the skirt 1ms an additional trimming of insertion oi it is plain with a beautifully embroidered waist. Ribbons as belts and sashes are generally worn. Severely plain tai lor gow ns of wash material are favorites of the summer. Of all the beautiful fabrics created for the season the tlowered muslins surpass everything in color as well as design Every conceivable flower appears in harmonious tints and artistic arrangement on these diaphanous gowns. These dainty dresses are usually made with n silk underskirt of some fashiona hie tint Costumes of black and white have again a wide popularity. Skirts, fancy waists, collarettes as well as hats carry out this charming combination. One of the great teatures in summer mil linery, is a certain combination of green and blue brought out in a mixture of delicate tulle, Dresden ribbons, Bluets or a conventionalized flower of blue and green Hats of plaited straw in bright Forty-twpersons were killed by a torcolors are much in vogue. Aigrettes in nado in Michigan, last Tuesday night. peacock colors, spangled luce and imaginable garland of flowers adorn this gaily colored head year. The McDowell Fashion Magazines of the month furnish abundant illustrations of the new fancies. A. McDowell & Co., 4 Webt 14th stieet, N. Y. o At this season of the year cut worms do more or less damage to nearly all crops, especially to tomatoes, cabbages and corn. "Whenever sod or grassy land is left until spring before being plowed any crop which, may be planted on such land will bo considerably damaged by died of blood poisoning. cut worms The reason of 'thiais that There are more than 7,000 liquor sathe worms are nearly full grown in the loons in San Francisco, Cal., or one for spring. 5'et they need one good meal be- every fifty of its inhabitants. fore forming into pupae, a short time after J Thirteen persons were drowned by the which they come forth as night-flyin- g capsizing of a ferry boat at Cairo, Illimoths. nois, mouth of Ohio river, Tuesday. The life history of the cutworm is about this : The moths lay their eggsin BEET SUGAR IN KENTUCKY. grass throughout the summer months, and after a few days these eggs hatch No State in the Union has a richer soi into small worrrs, which feed upon the and one better adapted to the successful grass. The worms cast off their skin growing of suiwr beets than Kentucky. from time to time to accommodate their The three or four great staples, to which increase in size, aud during the cooler the farmers have in years gone by given weather of winter go deeper in the their attention, are so depressed thatnow ground, being dormant for a time if the would be a most opportune time to inweather is very cold. Upon the approach troduce the culture of the sugar beet of spring the worms come forth for a wliich has been very profitable in ail finishing touch of growth 'and soon form places where it has been undertaken on pupa? in the ground just below the surscale sufficient to supply a plant large face. Some time after this the moths are enough to be economically operated. produced, and, after mating, the females Kentucky can raise the money for the lay the eggs for another brood. With erection of many large plants, and by most species there is thus but one brood the farmers can be induced a year. to produce crops of beets to supply such Most farmers are beginning to realize plants to their fullest capacity. Besides the many advantages of fall plowing, and the direct product sugar tlje beet pulp where sod land especially is plowed iu has a feeding and manurial quality that the fall it will greatly lessen the number makes these valuable to the of cut worms and other insects on such farmer. land the follow ing spring. A good remKentucky must make some move in edy for killing out the cut worms in the this direction. Horses, 'tobacco and garden is tounake up a mixture consist- whisky are making the State poorer each ing of a quantity of bran or corn meal year, and bankruptcy will follow nnless moistened with water, to which is added manufacturing enterprises are establisha little Paris green and a little molasses ed to utilize the raw products which are or sugar to give a sweetish taste. It is so abuudant or which can be so cheaply the Paris green that kills the worms, and produced. Industrial American. this should be very thoroughly mixed with the bran, so as to have a uniform HEAVY WINDS. mixture. A spoonful of this mixture Tuesday morning something on the should be placed near the plants just beorder of a western cyclone scooped down fore night on the day the plants are set county out. 'the cut worms work at night and upon a portion of Jessamine and did a great deal of harm, leaving a will be killed by eating of the poisoned geveral mixture. It is much better, however, to pathway of devastation At points barns were blown dow n, trees torn place the mixture about in various parts of a field a few days before planting, as up by the rooti and fencing carried out it will then kill off the worms before any i of place. At Nichclasville the residence Gregg, on North. Main Street damage is done. H, E. Weed, EnTomo- - of Luke P. had a chimney blown over, badly disfiglogist, Mississippi Experiment Station, uring a portion of the front of the house Agricultural College, Misssasippi. and the veranda. Fortunately the building was not occupied. Nicholasville Journal. Prisoners in the Ohio Penitentiary are permitted to converse in the dining hall luring meals. Twenty persons were killed by a tornado at McGregor Iowa, Sunday night )f last week. Yellow fever has broken out violently in Cuba, and the Spanish army will soon &e broken up. , By the will of the late W. T Richards, jf New Orleans, La., about $250,000 is left to charities. The wheat crop in the lower Michigan Peninsula has been seriously damaged V by rust and Hessian fly. John W. Ackerman, a.Yonkers, N. Y., builder, pared his corn too closely and """ FROM THIS DATE NO MORE GOODS WILL BE SOLD TO ANY ONE ON CR DON'T ASK IT AS IT WILL BE REFUSED. ALL - ACCOUNTS Charged this year will he due and must be paid ULY im 1ST. ? reiiBrTaarTaasrjaarTaaBrTagrTa MfImfMnMMfMIM All parties owing accounts still unpaid of 1895 not paid by June 10, will be SUED June 10 without further notice. T 01 H J bx Jr e K 1 I H JL XV IN MY is II & J BE SC 3 P. S....ALL REGARDLESS GOODS HOUSE MST OF PRICE FOR CASH ONLY. ARTIFICIAL COTTON. The matter of obtaining artificial cotton from w ood pulp is treated by the textile organs as an actual industry, tl e pulp being changed into pure cellulose, spun, coated with paraffin and woven, $100. Dot b m, aged, by Vagabond: dam one of the most succc&sful processes of Charles Oxx, $35. Yeuil:ngs. Bav filly, bv Imported Kantaka ; dam Vattot. J. Sennett $25. Black filly. by Imported Kantaka; dam Uproar. W. Kainick, 110 Chessniit filly, by Imported Kantaka; dan Ten Drop. F. Hunt, $30. Chestnut filly, by Imported Kantaka ; dam Woodbena. H. D. Presgrave, $150. Bay filly, by Falsetto; dam Primrose. T. F. Emerst, $40. Lexington Leader. uianufucturiuL' being described as fol- lows. Whitewood is considered prelerable, this being chipped, digested, and otherwise prepared The pulp gets a bath in a liquid composed of methyl, alcohol and sodium, and after standing over night, the operations of treating the threads are undertaken and accomplished by the use of an ingeniously adapted machine. Briefly, the method of getting the pulp into a thieadlike form is conducted on the regular lines now pretty well known to pulo manufacturers, the principal point in this instance being, of course, the subjection of the thread to such a process as will change the character from a paper or wood yarn to aupe-rio- r cotton. Mention is made of several plans for the production of textiles from paper, but while most of these fail to result in a substance wliich will stand washing, the solidifying emulsion employed in the pe culiar manner now introduced, it is as serted, makes the threads waterproof, as it coats the fiber, rendering tlie latter white and readily woven. New York Sun. ttt .mi i - census-taker- PEACH CROP. Not since 1893 has the peach crop for this btate been so promising, and the price, which for the past tw o years' has been almost exorbitant, will this season be within the reach of all. All the peach districts in this Stateand Indiana have been heard from, and it now appears as if Kentucky, Indiana and Michigan must furnish the greater part of this fruit this season to the country. In New Jersey, Ohio and Delaware the crops will be only fair. The year 1893 was a realization of a dream of peach growers. So large was the crop sufficient hands could not be hired to pick and pack it and much of the delicious fruit was lost because of tho inadequacy of moving facilities. I gJs 4WEi ii0 TTTT" I fjs; r ! SPRING THAN EVER D"npp - ttt In Trimble county peach glowers realized enough from their crops to have comfortable sums left after tho disastrous seasons of 1894 and 1895. The immediate country about Louisville, and within easy reach of the city, is one of the largest peach producing districts iu the United States. At Milton, Trimble county, opposite Madison, Indiana, the large mail line boats tie up for hours, taking on their freight of peaches. Another rich peach district is Muldraugh's Hill, aud the peach orcharchs of Dean Bros., about Maiblc Hill, Indiana, have a countrywide reputation Still another district, only recently developed on account of the inadequate shipping facilities, is a 6t retch of land, six miles wide aud thirty miles long, skirting Kentucky and Indiana shores, between Tobacco Landing, Ky., and Leavenworth, Indiana- - Four years ago 250,000 trees were set out, and the first crop, w Inch is an exceptionally heavy Arone, will be picked this season. rangements hae been made to handle the entire crop. The fruit will begin arriving hereabout June 25th, when a regular market will be established, at which dealers from Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Chictgo will make their purchases. Louisville THEIR TROUBLES NEVER CEASE. :. Mr. Presley Anderson Howard, Sr., died at his home on the Spencer pike in Montgomery county, Wednesday, May 20th, at 11:30 a. m. Burial services were conducted by the Masonic Fraternity at Machpelah this afternoon at 3 p. m Deceased was the father ot George and Will Howard, who killed City Marshall James L Young aud John Thompson in a street fight in this city. Another son, Tom was killed while trying to arrest Alonzo Brookshire in company with Kavanaugh Tipton in 1392 George and Jim met their death while attempting to whitecap a man named Cupps, in Bath county. "Uncle" Press Howard was a good man and for yeirs was a prosperous :' - WHY?At PUrm hi uiimiu LARGEST - p lj L5 liWl uuuu sp5 mm lj ji ' BECAUSE WE GIVE NEW GOODS AND AND BEST STOCK IN THIS MARKET BETTER VALUES. IWIn uuuud IW! mmih gAflil niyip ! I B ttt m mm SlrHJ EiTHJ pa I I "jiid PILL! EVEltYTHING A MAN OK BOY NEEDS. Hats Ftj;r and Straw, Men's Shoes, Neglige Skiiits, an3 GOME AND GET SOME OF i , SI rjiira iii'i 11 l lie ' l 1 ;i, fSlsl ,ScK 2S3k k fi& vx -- 1 I- - ' - iy&L'ygiiy r ' e --A , 1 "" . .i. il vfU (L"!l s1X I ll -- ae, - J,cmii((-M,nioril''ii.tl,i- " tlilifia i Ifmaws gseim IfW i .. Ifiiw m Vl I ll XTi Qli 1 ilsSiaU" 0 'a m EH wW r i m mm8S raKi,aya!sy,'.r7 n : - - pH i & rs. 'ltk (fi SX (& r 3iX ffZlL lV Iffl fSi fSrcll! u v . igl- ; i I .rLiMiJ -- - xh rryiiJtEi6jjbAJresHt wmwiii. forsoyhars. I jgg lIll mini . KlColDODd y i i i nil i ii mm 'Dajii.Esvw;jfr,i.Tn n n iv'M ri t! isji.vuiiaLE-- 1 ma mci &u itj iuk sSJcViH IELili su SWM U iH ' t- a tS'. - ii ,t If-I- I ilS rii mTB n PfP-zljzz irr--n L" . $-.- & I z5 -n-- Wl r ; t vw .,''!. it fHw . iiPfii'rHiiibiiHH' mgps i iiiMi 1 itiii Hvar iiw m k bmvi. z7rm.zzzn . . i .... . t " Richmond Commandery has received the subjoined from a member of DeMolay WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, - - IS96. Commandery: "I want to assure you that of all the lripspf the Commandery that I have taken, the Richmond one Picnic at Conway, Saturday, June was the most pleasant, best conducted, 13th. , and the Reception Committee showed Infant of Harvy Thurinau died last the most attention to our members." Thursday. . THE CLIMAX. Kaights Delighted. Work lids begun again on the Government building. J. W. Bales shipped a car of hoga to in the Cemetery this afternoon at three Cincinnati, Saturday. o'clock. Deceased was the widow of Jason "Walker shipped a trotting David Powers, who preceded her to the inare to Oakley, Monday. grave by about six lears. She was a The Sigma Alpha Epsilon will enter- J member of the Catholic Church Leaves seven children David, Jerry, Miss Mol-litain, to morrow evening Mihs Maggie, Mrs Tim O'Neil, Miss l oufederafes graves In Cemetery Ellen, Otto lie decorated Saturday. w e, Died Monday Night. Mrs. Margaret Powers died in Richmond at 7 o'clock on Monday, June 1st, I860, aftera brief illness; will be buried Lucky Tamer. Col.ThoinasTurner won two notable cases in th Court of Appeals the past week. In the Johnson-Turn- er suit die got the best of it In the suit against James M. Thomas, of Pari3, over a 1,000 acre tract oi land he wins. Luck seems to be turning the Colonel's .. Huu ....j, nmi wLile so many other good things aro coming to hm he would like to scoop in the congressional nomination.--M- t. Sterling Advocate. Estill Springs. Elsewherp in to day's Climax appears the advertisement of that n summer resort, Estill Springs. J. M. Thomas is proprietor, and feayshehJeav-in- g nothing' undone to make his guests comfortable. Tho grounds and building well-know- CeHtiBaed. . U i t Dedication of Confederate graves in. ond Cemetery, Saturtlay. Mrs Belle Kay burn is out driving aitir man weeks of serious illness. J dm Diggs, colored, arrested for lm akmg into Jesse D keB grocery. John A Huguely, Boyle county, has lab farm of 120 acres to W. W. Wal-- t H iorl2,00a 4.. T Wylie, of Edonton, loft at this last Saturday, a petrified ehell of krable size. t- Lev J Robert Boatman will preach imucb, Tates Creek, next Sunday. tn,bod invited. J .hn Walker, colored, wasfined$200 rda , in Judge Armer's court, for a awful sale of liquor. t -- t, .uternal Revenue collections for Mat it Collector Rodes's office, $93,800, c, lr i rease over April. has removed his fam- t Jackson, where he is making a cjji' paper of the Hustler. Dedication of the new church house s Iwrea on the first Lord's day ot June, wr.;-e- s beginning promptly at 10 a ra. T M Morrow are m excellent condition. There are hot and cold baths, a bicycle track, and other attractions, orchestra Died. conducted by Prof. Ino. C. Miller, fr Mrs. Emily E. Crawford died at the kindergarten for children, a trained lady home of her daughter, Mrs. Jacob Hun- vocalsbt, fine dancing hall, best water to ter, on the Four Mile road, three miles be found anywhere. Go and seo for from Richmond on Saturday, May SOth, yourself. Will open June 15th. 1880, of cancer of the stomach, aged fifty-foAlfalfa In Colorado. years. She came from Lee county The Alfalfa Growers' Association, reabout six months ago to reside with her daughter. Leaves her husband and seven cently organized in the Arkansas valley, children five girls and tno boys. Buried will look after a very large industrial Inin the Hunter Jot in Richmond Ceme- terest. A careful canvass of the valley shows that there-ar125,000 acres Beeded tery. Caldwell High School Conitnencement. to Alfalfa in the vallev, which yield an. average total of 500,000 tons a year. This At the court house, at 10 at $5 per ton means a total value of o'clock, the first annual commencement $2,500,000. The reduced rates, lately put exercises will take place. in force by toe Santa Fe, of $5 a ton to Vocal solos by Miss Mary Pattie and Chicago, $4 to Kansas City and $6 to Miss Annie Bennett. Galveston, enables the grower.to ship to Instrumental solos by Mrs. W. G. these points and realize $5 per ton, at the White and Mrs. Jason Walker. prices ruling in those markets. It is estiOration by Hon. W. M. Deckner, of mated that there will be an increased Winchester, acreage of 15 per cent, this year. Denver Graduates Miss WflHo Goodloe Smith, News. Miss Mary M. Gentry. What a Blind Man Docs. ten-pin-s, ur c F. Smith of the Christian i" arrh Richmond, will preach the ded- n sermon of the new church at I rca Le W J L. Wheeler, e noar Pond Church, well-devel- isn!i ' t J ies. two tin key with four and walks about as if it had Pound Fish! M.P.Baxter and William McQueen fished all last week in Kentucky River, at the mouth of Boones Creek, justabove Clays Ferry. They caught not more than ten pounds of fish until about sunup, Saturday morning, when they pulled in a fifty-si- x pound yellow or mud cat. It was lour feet two inches long. Across the top of the head measured twelve inches The fish's mouth was opened and a gallon jug dropped into it. Big fish are numerous, this spring. A Ffty-Si-x (jovernor McCreary was at home ster la on his way to the State Con-- : nan. and said Cougress would adjourn "ma week or ten davs. F and T. J. Powers bought at m.ssioner Scott's sale, Monday, bix ot the Speedwell, Kingston and :aas pke, new. for $320. & t - H V dispatch Eays that Iuobouse and Louella Graham, - n county, were married at that i uiity Judge Roach Harrodbburg . Special Kates ua L- - & X. Republican National Convention tickets to St. Louis, June 13, 14 and 15, good returning June 21st,. at one fare for the round trip. You can leave Richmond at 3.19 a.m. and arrive at St. Louis same day, or leave at 2.05 p. m. and arrive at St. Louis early next morning. Democratic State Convention tickets on sale June 1, 2 and 3, returning June 6th, one dollar for round trip. Reduced rates also to Cincinnati and return via L & N. Telephone 78. George Hurst, who in 1879 while living in Nelson county, hadToth eyes put out by corrosive sublimate, makes out to cet around almost as well as a man with sight He goes everyw here he wants to in town, feeling ahead of him with his stick, rarely asking assistance. He follows putting lightning rods up for a living for lumsclf and family and can rod a house as good as the next man. When once he hear9 a voice he never forgets it, but recognizes the speaker instantly b it A great many men in his condition would become a charge on the county, but he intends to support himself as long as he can. Stanford lournal. Richmond once had a blind man who dug w ells. One at the cornerof Christian Church yard was dug by him. Forty-Nint- h Conclave a Glowing Success. - l i ored people turned out in laige to decorate the graves in their u Saturday, their brass baud aud t iiitr features of the occasion. Hockadaj has sufficiently ered from a severe illness to be iu AL nday, but regrets exceedingly j7 been compelled to miss the Cou- W L. In . ! namitc is being freely used on the .i'iue the mouth of lied River in ::rk River, and next thing the fel- kiiuw tlie grand jury will baye hold u able article of some u and Cuba." by Judge in p length on James H. atterney-at-laWashington, D. en on the firbtpage of to-da- il Miss Julia Jones, daughter of Capt. Jones, bilicr Creuk, and Rev V. aer paotor of the Kirkhville I'rec-lat- i (.'Lurch, are to be married atau dav v trestle on the It. N. I. & B., near Station, Jessamine county, was damaged by fire, Saturday night, was repaired Suudav and did not rrtipt travel. A l ' j, that was not Hon. William H. h. of Indiana, resurrected and lg about town here, Saturday it -juire William Benton, ot Waco iaembjance was striking vzent John Rock, of tho R. N. I. & from Ver-w Inch reminds us that some oth- l our Madison county fellows send Anderson couutv for something Oi:,k t s his dnuking water ias p ' - aptaiu Wheedon, of Louisville, just ul U A. IL commander or Ken-- i , wab among the Sir Knights, and ' o us that he would return here at crli dui to establish a G. A. R. Post lrh:nond All Yczr Cora "Wantol. 1 I t to buy every ear of corn in sou county at the highest market - Call on or address S. B. White. att Master of Cavalry, R. M. Gray, Master of Infantry, and Ed. D. Ballard, Standard Bearer, mounted. Staff: Em. Sir A. A. Hazel rigg, Asst. Marshal Em. Sir Miles S. McKee, Sir G. H. Maston, Sir Hush Montgomery. Sir John R. Sharp, Em. Sir Joseph H. Ashbaugh, Em. Sir Robert S. Moses, Sir Henry P. Barrett, Sir R. P. Jenkins, Em. Sir William H. Christie, Sir John P. McCartney, Em. Sir John T. Strode, Em. Sir D P. Armer, Em. Sir Thos P. Satterwhite, Em. Sir Thos. F: Durham, all mounted. Dr. E. D. Poyntz, Court Day. Capt Bell and Frank French, couriers The commanderies present were Small crowd in town and little busiRyan, Cynthiana, Newport, De ness transacted. Collections short. Only 115 cattle at the pens, say Xorris Molay, Maysville, Covington, MontgomBrod., but all sold readily at $2 to $3.65 ; ery, Frankfort, Louisville, Little Comusual price about 3 cents. Con Gaines mander', and Richmond. C. U. Cadets sold 17 cattle, weight 800 pounds, to were a guard of honor, commanded by Jesse Thompson, of Indiana, at 3J cents Capt Wygant The parade was as imposing one, and Jake Graves, of Fayette, was present but bought nothing, baying he was already the6treets, doors, windows and in some instances the housetops were crowded fuil up and short of grass. Three bands RichCollins Fox, livery and 6ale stable, with spectators. report twenty-si- x horses and one mule mond, Saxton and Kurkamp's filled sold to Mr. McCleary, of Norfolk, Va., at the air with martial music Central University's spacious and prices ranging from $25 to $185 ; average equipped chapel was crowded. price, probably $S0. Bought for speculaSir Knight Cuitis F. Buruam delivtion. Cotton mules brought S40. ered a pleasing address of welcome Caldwell lligh School Wins Two Medals which was responded to by Dr. Wat rail, at Paris. of Danville, most delightfully. Right school contests at Rev. Thomas U. Dudley delivered a brief In the inter-hig- h Paris, last week, J. E. Creed and Miss but powerful sermon on tho resurrec-tio- u, Willie Traynor, this place, won firet honwhich contained more in less space ors, and Miss Mary Traynor second hon- than any sermon Ave have ever heard. or. All three are pupils in Caldwell The "office," or ritual, used on the occaHigh School, and in consequence the sion was prepared by Rev. Dudley, and bchool and the whole town are enthusi- a most complete and able one. astic Young Creed is a son of Dr. John De Moley had headquarters at Hotel Creed, a grandson oi Rer. Noah Creed, Glyndon, Louisville No. 1, at the Bourne and had an ancestor killed in the Revo- building, aud Richmond in her lodge lution. He inherits his oratory. The room in the Luxon building. Each little Traynor girls are daughters of the kept open house and sen ed delightful n horseman, H. C. Traynor, refreshment!. The "Little Commanthe one a vocalist and the other a de- dery," composed of boys from the Maclaim er, both remarkable. The odds sonic Widows and Orphans Home, Louiswere greatly against little Mary, or she ville, had headquarters with Hon. J. too would have been first. Speed Smith. Several parlies mentioned last week, entertained in honor of the Central University Commencement. visiting Kniydits, and all in all they were The 22d Annual Commencement, royally entertained. June 7th to 10th. A gigantic and elegant affair was pro-ventCour-de-Lion, . Ferrj at Ford. J. Williams, of Ford, was in the Climax office Monday, and baid that Jim Richards, of Clark.is building a'ferry boat, will hae it complete and in the river by Monday, at which time he, Richards.w ill open a ferry .between Ford, and the end of the Red House turnpike. The mill men have arranged to remove their booms that have for some time the establishment of a ferry. This will opeu up considerable territory in the Brookstown country aud make it tributary to Ford. Dr. D. The program published in last Wednesday's Climax was carried out by the Knights Templar. A heavj' lain Tuesday night delayed the beginning so that the procession was not formed until 11 o'clock. Eminent Sir Charles C. Voght commanded, with Sir J. M. Poyntz, Chief of Staff, and aids Sirs J. W. Bales, , ly The case against Matt Rainey charged with nurder, xas called in the Circuit Court yesterday, and continued until the second day ot next term. Col. JV. C. P. Breckinridge has heen added to counsel for defense, and was present yesterday. Since Rainey was brought up from Loxiugtou on Wednesday, of last week to answer the indictment, he has been kept in jail here, and the jail has been guarded every night to prevent mob violence. After the continuance was granted, Judge Scolt ordered that Raiuey be taken to Lexington, and tho guard was dismissed. Rainey was taken to Lexington last night Dillard Rainey is still at large, and the With a better understanding of the Governor has offered $150 reward for his ical ills, whichnature of the many physvanish before proper efcapture. Winchester Sun. forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in Conclave Jokes. the knowledge, that so many forms of Half a dozen Louisville ladies were sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condiplaced in a carriage Thnrsday night und tion of the system, which the pleasant the driver told to go to tho seminary. It family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptwas the night of Miss Lloyd's reception. ly removes. That is why it is the only vsrith millions of families, and is After driving a considerable distance-m- uch remedy everywhere esteemed so higldy by all greater than the ladies thought who value good health. Its beneficial they Tvould have to go, the driver hailed effects are due to the fact, that it is the which at a gate where the grounds wero exceed- one remedy without promotes internal cleanliness debilitating the ingly spacious and unusually dark, owing organs on which it acts. It is therefore to the great number of trees. One of the all important, in order to get Its beneladies 6aid, "driver, is there not some ficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine artimistake about this we are invited to a cle, whieh is manufactured by the Calireception, and I see no lights here?" fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by druggists. "Ception." exclaimed the driver; "lights! all reputableenjoyment of good health, If in the Scose they aint no lights and no ception and the system is regular, laxatives or nuther ain't I done fetch jou to tho other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one cemetery, where they told me tool" may be commended to the most skillful The big man with the little cap in physicians, but if in need of a laxative, Kurkamp's band, went out for a walk. one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of He was not as gorgeous as Sir Knights Figs stands highest and is most largely with feathers and swords. Two boys ob used and gives most general satisfaction. served him. Said one: "Bill, do vou reckon that's one o' them Knightsmen?" "Naw," was the reply of the other boy; "he ain't fur oneo' them PERSON :s last night's men; he might bo night er f. fore last or somthin' o' that sort." In the midst of the most exciting period Miss Lena Baldwin returned from Linof the cadet firing on the campus, the coln, last week. crowd pressed forward. A little girl ran Miss Dorman, of Louisville, is a guest to Capt Wygant, who was watching with intense interest the entire line, and ex- of Miss McCown. Miss Elmore, of Paris, is a guest of claimed: "Captain Wygant please drive the crowd back so mamma can Mis3 Julia Higgins. see!" Miss Lang, of Louisville, is a guest of Saturday's County Democratic Convention. Miss Laura Walker. Miss Lewis and Miss Hill, of NashAt 2 o'clock Chairman C. S. Powell, of the Democratic County Committee called ville, are at Professor Parks's. the Convention to order in the court Mrs. Laura Francis, of Favette, is vishouse yard, using the portico steps as a iting her father, Mr. J, T. Estill. platform. He explained the objects of Judge James R. Burnam is expected meeting, The appointment of home from Philadelphia delegates to the State Democratic Con Mr. Vernon L. Vaughn. Clerk of the vention at Lexington, June 3rd. John D. Estill county court, was here'Saturday. Harris was put in nomination for ChairMr. John T. Viley, of Fayette, is visitman, representing the interests ot J. ing his brother-in-laProf. J. D. Clark. Stone Walker, csndidate Mr. Wm. Cosby, of Red House, has refor delegate Dan. M. Chenanlt w as nominated as the opponent of Major Harris, turned from the winters 6tay in the South. or on the free silver side. Chairman Miss Georgia Powell has gone to WalPowell announced that the crowd would nut Hills, Eayette county, for the sumdivide, the Walker men to pass out the mer. we.t gate of the yard, into the street, Dr. W. F. Francis, of St Louis, was the to pass out the east among his old friends during the Con gate, tellers having been agreed upon to clave. count at, each gate, other gates being Mr. Frank Bradley, of this office, is ckteed and guarded. Whenthecount was visiting friends and relatives at Lexingfinished the Walker sjde showed up 803, ton, this week. and the 631, a Walker maMr- Ed. Faulconcr, of Lomsville, was jority of 172. Major Harris then took charge of the Convention, and announc- the gue6t last week of his mother, Mrs ed that rusolutious were in order. J. A. Nannie Faulconer. Miss Vickers, of Little Rock, and Sullivan offered resolutions re affirming the Suite Democratic platform of 892 and Missis Eton,-o- f Coviugton, are visiting 1895, naming a delegation sound money, .Miss Ann Bennett. of course, and instructing them to vote Miss Hamilton and Miss Wilson came as a unit for J. Stone Walker for delegate down from Estill, last week the guests to the National Convention and on all of Mrs. R. L. Gentry. other questions. Instead of a set of free Miss Gibson, of Texas, and MifS"Pat silver resolutions coming from the other rick and Miss Caldwell, of Tennessee, side, D. M. Chenault took the stand and are at Mr. W. W. Watts's. said his side had been fairly and satisfacMr. H. J. Twigg has returned from bis torily defeated, that he philosophically old home at btailbrd, England, to his accepted the situation, and he moved the adoption of the Walker resolutions which home near White's Station. Mrs- - J. H Allmau w ent to Decatur, was done with a hurrah. The meeting Ills , Thursday, and Mrs. Park, near then adjourned. Several free silver men made remarks in substance that a fair Red House, to Burbeck, Ills. Mrs Albert McCown returned last count and an honest Convention had been held, and they meant to go to the week, from Atlanta, and is now with her polls, next November and vote the parents, Mr. and Mrs T.D. Chenault straight Democratic ticket Mrs. Dr. C. C. Smith has returned Thus what was expected to be an un- from a stay of several months with her usually stormy Convention was a tame daughter, Mr&. Alma Rogers at Dayton, affair. Indiana. Numbers of free silver men voted for Mrs. Charles Stevens, of Paris, a deMr. Walker. scendant of Col. John Miller, the founder Delegates. John D. Harris, T. D: of Richmond, was a guest at "Burnam-wood,- " Chenault, J. A. Sullivan, C. D. Chenault, last week. C S. Powell, W. R. Shackelfold, Joe ColSir Knight F. M. Snavely, a prominent lins, J. D. Goodloe, J. B. Parkea, T. J. tobacco planter of Scott county, exSmith, Jr., S. B. Hume, C. L. Searcy, IsraSSnEfMHrrTifBrrHrr rTHprrHJfafrrlllSirrHJlirSrM rtUfci 11 p ra hum num wi 7W ra vmnvmraimnvmT7Vimraifsirwi5niii5inifsi pa Tag ..BLUE LICK WATER. THE EICHMOUD BOTTLIHG half-barre-ls m of! CO. e1 anSJ ffiJia Gladness Comes lHH Is agent for the Celebrated Blue Lick TV atee. Put up in bot. p ties, kegs and barrels. At all Drugstores, Eestaurants 1 and .Barrooms. far sp. pj3 MjrSJBTrUBMlj BJrliMjrririBpgJlrrlflI MilJrihhirinBfrTllBiJtinla MAR- mmmntilBmte & rrM?3fiIrrr!Ifirr!j1 SlElalRSJaS tarrtlJBrrHlBlri'BrrHJB I irSl rag tfsjri EI7HJI3 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. rtmUSIIED BY OLOVER-- A VILLE TODACCO DUKRKTT, LOUIS WAREHOUSE. Mary McPherson, a young married woman of Portsmouth, Va , died on the Sealioard Air Line train while en route to Suffolk, Va., death resulting from excitement incident to railroad travel, to which she was not accustomed. ENTIRE ST0C .OF. STATION ERY AT COST FOR TEN DAYS, te 'l 1 well-inform- fine-eno-ugh u. ALSJ Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1890 hhds. with receipts for the same period 1871 hhds. Sales-oour market since January 1st, to 76,130 hhds Sales of the crop of 1895 on our market to this date amount to 76,137 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1895 on our market to this date amount to 72 677 hhds. The volume of business on our market this week has shown some increase in both receipts and cales and the general tone of the market has been better for all grades of hurley tobaco but we are not able to report any decided advance in v prices. The setting of the crop is unusually far advanced for the time of year and we would estimate that something like 85 per cent of the intended crop is now on the hill in exceptionally fine condition and with an unusually fine stand. The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco 1895 Yonr Physical Condition Nueds attention at this time. If you are tired, weak and nervous, it is clear that your blood is impure, and without doubt there has been too much overTABLETS, work' or strain on brain and body. The WRITING PAPER, &C. couise of treatment, for such a condition is plain and simple. The blood must first be purified so that the nervous system, and in fact all the organs will be fed upon pure blood. Intelligent people witboutnumber have testified that the best blood purifier, nerve tonic and Main St., Opp. Hotel Glyndon, Richmond, strength imparting medicine is Hood's Sarsiparilla. Nervousness, loss ot sleep Don't miss seeing those fine silver and general" debility all vanish when Hood's Sarsaparilla is persistently taken ; inlaid spoons at D.P. Armer's, warranted 45 in a word, health and happiness follow for 25 years and cheap. fc-l after taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Mr. John Gilmer Speed computes that, "Little Pete," the notorious Chinese on a moderate estimate, the city of New crook, of San Francisco, Cal., is accused York consumes 305,000,000 pounds of of flooding the Pacific Coast with coun-terft- it beef and 960,000,000 eggs in one year, and nearly 300,000,000 pounds of butter every coins. io day. mm w lliW Ky. iMpiip Ociok 1:1. f. i crop: Trash (dark or damaged )$ 1 00 Common colory trash 2 00 Medium to good col trash 4 00 Common lugs not colory 2 00 Common colory lugs 4 50 Medium to good col lugB 7 00 Common to medium leaf 5 00 Medium to good leaf 8 00 Good to fine leaf 15 00 Select wrappery leaf 18 00 The above quotations are not ble te green and frosted crops. to to to to to to to to to to 1 50 4 00 600 to-w- it: to-da- y. 4 00 7 00 9 00 8 00 Miss Patsy Goff, of Indian Old Fields, 15 00 Clark county, danghterof John Goff.Sr., 18 00 and Mr. Charles Downing, of Mason 22 00 county, will be married June 3rd. applica- Lightning Hot Drops What 9 Funrrr Name I Very True, but It Kills All Pain. Sold Everywhere, Every Day Without Relief, There la No Par! satisfaction. G. W. Richards, Duquesne, Pa. Sold by Hagan's Pharmacy. Mothers will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy especially valuable for croup The Finest White Sulphnr and whooping cough. It will give and Chalybeate Water prompt relief and is safe and pleasant in the World. We have sold it for several years and it failed to give the most perfect ORCHESTRA has never Best music and A life buoy belonging to the missing British bark Cadzon Forest and other wreckage have been found on the west coast of Vancouver Island, indicating a doubt that the vessel was wrecked. be-vo- ke li Marvelous. LIST OF LETTERS Baldwin, Dr Minoe Berry, R A Broadus Maggie Burnam, Dolly Campbell, Lillio Gaines, M. Gaines, Mollie "Garvin. E H George, M A Howard, Nellie Humphrey, Floyd Johnson, Susie Keen, Zena Mennier Oscar McShawn. Rankius, Lillio Robards, .Buna Shifteer, Rice The results attained right here at home have been marvelous. Hundreds of j'our neighbors who have used Wright's Celery Capsules are now well. They cure Kidney, Liver and stomach trouble, Rheumatism, Constpation and Sick Headaches. Why pay $1 00 every two weeks fora bottle of medicine when you can get treatment at 1 cent a day. Wright's Celery Capsules give 100 days' treatment for 1.00. Easy to take, 'no bad taste, do not gripe, backed by a bank to cure you, or refund your money. Sold by T. S. Hagan. Chicago Congregational ministers condemned bicycle races and all other sports on Decoration Day as not being in keeping with the objects ot the day. hoU) sound-mone- y JD Bronson, Jane Bowman, Jim Berry, Collins, Andrew Gray Gayhart, Daniel Gray, Mrs Eatie anti-Walke- rs E Howe, D P Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier residing at Monroe, Mich., was severely afflicted with rheumatism but received prompt relief from pain by using Cham berlain's Pain Balm. He says: "At times inv back would ache so badly that I could hardly raise up. If I had not gotten relief I would not be here to write these lew lines: Chamberlain's Pain Balm has done me a great deal of good I feel very thankful for it." For sale by Hagans Pharmacy. Dancing Hall in the State. Hotel well appointed. Mr. Geo. Stevens, Clerk. Prof. Ino. C. Miller, Leader of Orchestra. Free Bowling Alley and Bicycle Track. Free Kindergarten for children. A trained Lady Vocalist. n j j t. A S. Board, - - - 52.00 per day. $10.00 to 512.50 - per week. J. M. THOMAS, Hot Scitexr B vrns. Prop. Irvine, Ky. 52-- 12 anti-Walke- rs - Minoe, C W -- Royston, Annie 1 Smith Emanuel Stone, Clarence. Taylor, Frances Most coughs may be cured in a few or at any rate in a few days, by TaylorrG W the ase of AVer's Cherry Pectoral. With Thornton, Henry such a.prompt and sure remedy as this Twiiier.CS Todd. Charlie Henry Thomas, Ethel at hind, there is no need of prolonging Turner, Mrs Sallie . Tudo4-- , Mark Turner. MissMattie J Turner, &eorge A the agony for weeks and months, KssnJ Thurman, Geo this remedy in your house. Walker. Mrs N S Wade, Mrs. Wm. Ytj Teetleeth, the Tyee of the Hoonan Walters, James Walker, James Williams, Mrs Maggie White, R J Indians, is in jail at Juneau, Wash., Williams, D H White, Edw chalged with murdering his nephew, w hom he accused of w itchcraft B. Willis, P. M. J. Smith, Marv A Scott, Clarence LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Health and happiness are relative conditions; at any rate, there can be little happiness withont health. To give the physician summoned. Corrected Weekly. the oody its full mearure of strength and any ordinary Butter. 10tol2Jc lb eneigy, the blood should be kept pure of this remedy will cure you afford to hour. By means of a figured dial plate it case. It never fails. Can Eggs 6 to 61c doz and vigorous, by the use of Ayeis Sar- take the ri3k for so small an amount? may be set to travel any desired disChickens (live) 5c lb lb The Shakers of Mount Lebanon, a 5c lb community of simple, honest, r 10c lb ing men aud women, have prepared the 10tol2Jclb SJc lb Shaker Digestive Cordial for many years, 20c lb and it is always the same, simple, honest $2.50c lb curt live medicine that has helped to 12 to 13c lb make the Shakers the healthy, Buriy and Cott 7 to 8c lb people that they are. The Shakers This is partly . 3Jio4Jelb nevorhave indigestion. Green hides Dry hides A 5 to 6c lb owing to their simple mode of lifo, partly 35cdb to the wonderful properties of Shaker Feathers (new) Digtstive Cordial. Inbigestion is caused WHEAT. by tne stomach glands not supplying enough digestive juice. Shaker Digestive A wheat bear says the ample rainfall Cordial supplies wliat's wanting. Shaker in May may prove an object lesson to Digtstive Cordial invigorates the stomthe wheat bulla and an advance agent for ach and all its glands so thatafterawhile a large crop. May and June, 1895, the the don't need help. As evidence of Got ernment report on condition deter- the honesty of Shaker Digestive Cordial, iorated from 82.9 to 62.8, indicating a the formula is printed on every bottle. shortage of about 50,000,000 bushels. In Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00 May. 1894, the condition indicated a crop per bottle. of about 250,000,000 bushels, that finally at the home of At a family yielded 326,400,000 bushels. The CinAndreas Darias, San Pedro, Tex., several cinnati Price Current says: "Government figures imply if the acreage is persons were poisoned by diseased meat, 23,000,000, the indicated crop is 300,000,-00- 0 and five chindren died. bushels winter wheat, compared with A quarrel over a woman at a Catskill, last year's 258,000,000 bushels The N. y., christening, resulted in the murchances favor a much narrower differ- der of Joseph Caserta by a ence between the two seasons." named Paschal. 10c God-fea- The new Connecticut forest man shows of the State is given that over up to woods the area of woodland, being increased bv the growing up of what were once pasture lands. If it required an annual outlay of $100,- 000 to insure a family against any serious consequences from an attack of bowel complaint during the year tnere are mauv who would feel it their duty to pay it; that they could not afford to risk their Jives, ana uiose 01 tueir lamuy ior such an amount. AEKjfe can get this insurance for 2o cents, that being the price of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy. In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attat k of bowel complaint before medicine could be procured or a one-thir- d (lti 111 "Me BEST MADE Will TJnique; efficient, labor saving. sprinkle 4 times greater area than any others. Highest award at tho Chicago Exposition. II, si-p- ill" 3) SpptnsTBR is an ingenious, efficient, ami woaferiui machine. Lnder an ordinary water pressure of 30 pounds or upwanfa it will drag 100 feet of xftrden heae mad propel itself slowlv and continuously in either a fctraigiit line or a circle of aey e One or two doses desired drameler, while its speed Tngy-fcvaried at will from 15 to 500 feet per The "Little Giaxt" Traveling Lawn Chickens (dressed) Ducks (live) Ducks (dressed) Cheese Lard Beeswax Ginseng Wool (No 1) ....... J B. McCreary. Dedication ol Graves in Richmond Cem- etery. RicnsioND, Ky Juno 1, 1890. well-know- Proclamation by the Mayor: The graves of dead soldiers in our Cemetery will be covered with flowers on Filz at Work. D. D., Atlanta, Ga., Sunday, June 1 jfessor Clark has sold in Richmond 7th, 10:30 a. m. C "itz alcohol cures within two months, Address to Y. M. C. A., Rev. T. E. w e he did not expect to sell more Conierse, D. D., Louisville, Sunday, v two. The patients have been re- June 7th, 7:30 p. m. s' and are happy as larks. . Preparatory Commencement'exercises, Monday, Juno 8th, 10 a. in. Sued For Ten Thousand Dollars. Alumni address. Rev. David M. Sw eets, Te widow of Aaron Adams has filed Louisuille, Monday, June Stb, 7:30 p m. rigainst Matt and Dillard Rainey for Class Day, Tuesday, 9th, 10:30 a m- 10 damages lor killing her husband. Meeting of Alumni Association. Tues'Is Rainey owns a good farm and is day, 9th, 3 p. m. re ted to be worth about S7,000. Juaior Oratorical Contest, Tuesday, V h ester Democrat. Oth, 7:30 p. m. d Hi 1 ball in the Collins building, Thursday night. A thousand people were present, and Kurkampdiscoursed divinely. Such a crowd was never seen in any one house in Richmond before. The great hall 120 x 40 feet was a blaze of glory. It was the ueaiest approach to that poetically fa mous night fit "Belgium's capital" that Ricmond haiJ ever had. "Daddy" and "Mammy" Ryan, as they Thnrsday afternoon on the campus juse Gtii, 1896. are affectionately called by the Sir was a brilliant occasion. TheSir Knights The citizens will form in carrinpes and Knights, were attendants upon the consquare, at clave. Daddy is the founder of Ryan in full unifoim and the cadets with fixed otherwise 011 the court-hous- e bayonets were pleasing to behold 9:30 a.m.- Commander'. He is an old man but De Molay, Louisville No, 1, and the.Lit-tl- e The Confederate veterans and sons of says he has never had an ache or a pain Commanlery are well drilled have Confederate veterans will form iu line in his life. Commencement Exercises, Wednes-- 1 reputations wider Good Colored Woman Gone. than the State. The and march out to the Cemetery, followed day, 10th, 10 a. m. Among the Uowling Green Knights cadets by their smoothly performed evo- by the old andiufirm veterans in cairiages. Je Pates died at the home of Mrs. present at the Conclave, last week, was H National Democratic Contention And Citizens iu carnages and on foot all lutions, theii correct and brilliant manite in this place, Manday, ijfed Sir L. A. Jenkins, 320. Eminent ComNorth Amerieau Saengerbund ual of arms and precise firing won ap- bearing flowers and evergreens will, folt - our years. She was a faithful ser-i- mander, cccompauied by his wife, tiie -J tad been with Mrs White and For the occasion of the National Dem- plause. The competitive battery dnll low, when the graves are reached, ser- latter being related to Governor Mct iris family all her life. Buriedin ocratic Convention, which will be held and firing were equal to the iufantry ex- vices in 6ongs and short orntion, will be Creary, the editor of the Climax and Ihad followed by strewing of flowers and - and Cemetery. Tuesday. in Chicago, Illinois, beginning July 7th, hibition. others here. In the elegant andspacious circuit court benediction. 1S90, the Southern Railway will 6ell tickCorn and Hay Sold Rev. Edmond H. Burnam delivered in The following ladies are requested to ets to Chicago and return at rate of one room, the conclave assembled for busiWhite, this week, sold a car of limited first class fare for the round trip. ness. Rt. Eminent Grand Commander solicit flowers and urgeattendanco: Mrs. the Baptist church iu Richmond, on Sund c o Teacock Coal Comnany, Pitte- . eloquent Tickets to be sold July 3rd to 5th, limited Samuel H. Stone opened the meeting and H L. White, Mrs Rebecca Moran, Mss day last a most impressive-oni -- ivy, , one car corn to ttttman uoai to July 12th, 1600, but made hiaretsring remarks whereupon of- Maggie Adella Mitchell; Mrs. .Too F. Old- Bermou to a large and appreciative audi for relurn ,)asSQge Caany; both at $125 f. o. b., Red , i the Convention continues in season ficers for the ensuing year were elected. ham, Miss Sallie Dudley, Mrs. W. B. ence, based on 14th verse of 11th chap Ha. Car of hay to Southern Lumber berond ti,e alwve fiuai iajjt, the return Right Em. Graud Com. R. HI Thomp- Jouea, Miss Alice Oldham, Mrs. Thos. J. ter of Hebrews Mr. .Burnam ranks, at Cany, Valley View; carol hay to i5 "s nf ticket mav bo extended bv son, Louisville; Very Em. Dep. Graud Curtis, Mrs. R. IVttus.Mrs. W. W. Watts, the trout of the denomination of Regular r.an Coal Company, Pittsburg, at $12 TeraiinaI )ines ot Chicago, to include the Com., Eugene A. Robinson, Maysville-Em- . and all others who wgulddo honor to the Baptists in tiie country as a scholar, an ! i. Red House and Richmond. orator and a model Christian gentleman Generalteimo, Cltaa. E. Vogt Louis- mediory of dead heroes. i rji1B ... - ..vw... M.v... VWJ .v."K lUrlUmmixif On the day foliow ing, Monday June 1, THOS. THORPE, Cotnui.indcr, ville; Em. Grand Captain General, j Convention. Internal Hevenue Change. he ieft for his home in Lmay, Virginia, J. M JPoystz, Chief of Stiff. On account of tho 2Torth American James T. Hedges, Cynthiana; Em. er Creek officials have changed accompanied by his eon. Dr. John M. Grand Prelsle J. G. Omdorf, Rusbelt-villJune Ibt, 1S3G. baengerband, which meets in Jt'ittsuurg, cOeraLiy. MisEm. Grand Senior Warden, Henry The follow inji is a list of Confederate Burnam, professor of Latin in the Sth to 12th, 1690, the Southern T Chcnault is relieved by W. S. Pa., June souri State University. This gentleman Railway will sell tickets to Pittsburg and T. 'Jeflcrson, Louisville; Em. Grand soldiers buried in thoCemetery tincethS cr, of Garrard. Btirts lor Europe on the. 6th of 'June in return, at rate of one and one third of Junior Warden, Dayid Flint Kobb, Ver- war, viz; J Bennett is relieved by Thomas P. sailles; Em. Grand Treasurer, Lorenzo B Cullins, Anderson Chenault, James the French steamer La BourgOgrio,GEd T the first class limited fare for the round j Dow Crouinger, Covington; Em. Grand M CJowerP, O S Coley, W.C Miller, Clias will be absent until August lS97,;proaej I trip. I Brooks is relieved by 0 O. Mc- For further information, regarding Recorder, Fiankll Johnson, Louisvillej jWatts, John A G Williamson. George W cuting his studies In Latin literature'and 3 'ams. Archreofogy, ho having a rates and schedules, call on my agent of Em, Grand Standard bearer, George A MiiupiU, Arch Maupin,Seth iMaupin, "yeani ieava of abaencejwjth a coiftiDuing Lwis, 'Fran Wort; Em. Graud v. ay, orX.A.Shipman, James P fribble, James. Tovis, ,JDr Wni the Southern Hail And Not Wiltiont Hunor. J.Smith, Bowling Gieen 5 Jemiiuga, Captaiu Joe ChetiauTi?, James salary. P"A-- ' Birmingham, Alabama; E. J. eMtibteriine Gazette says: "Rich- - i TEm. Grand Warden, Arthur O Biddui, Rowland, Robert Freeman, Jamfe Smith, .i vummuufc jiwsimiiihi. J haHa prophet 3n the person of -- " Congressman McClearyi of Minnesota , HoDkinsvilHltTEm. Grand Sentinel, J.. Captain John Hagan, Williarri Gillen, vuuuauuuraeu-lain Thomas Thorpe. Capt. Thorpe ""-"- . 33 of th .opinion that, the famous jied Tlioinas H Welle, Andy Mctjord William Plpe&tone Quarry winch Loilf(feTliw J. L. Meek, T. P. A.. Knoxville, ! Speed Smith, Richmond. r.nmir.M,r is Jim ' tea tbfe Wt-- m Tenu ; A. Whedou, P. AT. A., Louis- cnotes-nassa- e ue of Adam and The greatist horror sinv& Johnstown Fox John Temll, John Tribblfli George mentions In "Hitfwatha" ahoukl his after TShackfelfcd, Alexander Jife. to prove Lis assertion. He sa?B, v,!Ie Ky' sras that neir Moscow. ae a natiQnai'p'ark.so-that&e- , are on the verge of.a great change oi i Heavy rains ia Maiao. have subdued S.fcOO peoplojfwere killed- - j ,gtampedfc remarkable lad3iiiHjiUf It ikestluialeif lhat thejfeitn iter .f.iA,.i J - I... -- T.V.-5-.. -ue tain, eiuier tue end of tjme bp the the t hres-anBayed several towns wiuie uciuurjuiug iu- - uwrwusinni uf. ;. York will nicely four jaiUiutl likim the; erly possessors of this coafcttito ' inter notjpass nwav ireii yiew . iicmom, Czar j from ihe KM3fi"a?r$wfc- A . Y jfnnaft:iitftietjoa. sul-scrib- ed -I Baccalaureate sermon, Rev. E. IL Bar-net- t, the Saturday, June Oth, between the hours of 10 and 12 a. m. Those who would do honor to the memory of a brave people of a generation ago are requested to suspend business and lend their presence on this occasion. American heroism is grand and we should over be ready to bIiow respect to it, forgetting for the hour, our animosities and prejudices. I, Therefore request that you show respect for the occasion by the display of the national flag and other appropriate emblems. T.T.Covikg'jon, June 1st, 1896 Mayor. program 07 exercises at the decoration of confederate graves, pressed hiuieelf pleased with Richmond's cordial reception of the conclave. Mr. George A. Lewis, of the Frankfort Roundabout, was among the Sir Knights here, last week, and was among the pleasant callers at the Climax office. Mrs. Hanna, of Cleveland, nee Walker, sister-in-laof the distinguished Mark Hanna, who so successfully conducted the McKiuIey campaign, is with her sis ters, Miss Sallie and Miss Kate Walker. Mr Henry S Wygant has gone to New York for a couple of weeks training before entering for examination at Anapo-li- s Naval Academy, where he has been appointed alternate with W. P. Simmons. Mr. R. D. Davis, of Ashland, many years ago Clerk of tho Madiscn Circuit Court, was at the Couclave, the first time he had been in Richmond for inanya day. He was looking well and for the Climax. , w CHICKENS. X bluegrass stockman was heard to say a few daysago that he had been a breeder of thoroughbred, trotting and saddle horses, fine sheep and Jersey cattle, had bought pools and played poker at a big ante and all that) but what was the most fascinating of all to him was the rearing of fancy poultry. He got more real satisfaction when his Black Minorcas would grow up to the standard than in all people would call thatman a crank, but truly poultry raising is a recreation for him. and we say let him enjoy it Fanners' Home Journal. The Cuuard steamer Etruria has low ered her record from Sandy Hook to QueenBtown to six days and minutes. Bellinger Fishburne and Pinckney Puree, boys, IefL-- picnic party at Columbia, S. C, to go bathing and were drowned. else-Som- For sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. Clarence Barnett, jointly indicted with his brother, Eugene, and Jobeph Wenar, for counterfeiting Southern Pacific Railroad tickets, has confessed and turned State's evidence. The things that people see are inside of them and not outside. No two people see the same thing exactly alike. One woman may look out at a beautiful landscape and see all the beauty and restful-nes- s and grandness there is in it. Another one will look out at the same scene and see nothing. The man who is perfectly well and vigorous enjoys life to the full. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery makes people well. There isn't anything miraculous about it it is the meet natural thing in the world. It simply puts the digestive organs, the stomach, the liver, the bowels, in perfect order and thereby makes the blood pure and rich. All diseases live and thrive on impure 'blood. Keep a stream of pure, rich, red blood flowing into a diseased spot, and the disease will not stay. A man lives on rich, pure blood, and disease diea on it. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery makes pure, rich blood. Send 21 stamps to "World's Discents in pensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. The Modern Beauty Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's 100S page Thrives on good food and sunshine, with "Common Sense Medical Adviser," proplenty of exercise in the open air. Her fusely illustrated. form glows with health and her face blocms with its beauty. If her system It is believed in Washington, D. C, needs the cleansing action of a laxative that Missionary Knapp, who was accus rempdy.she uses the gentle and pleasant ed of aiding plots in ArmeSynipofFigs. Made by the California nia, will not bfr tried by the Sultan's Fig Syrup Company. Government. long-live- d fellow-countrym- saparilla. tance. A moment suffices to change its speed from the. highest to the lowest ami it may be gauged to distribute a spray effectively over a swarth varying in width from 5 to 50 feet, while by throwing it out of gear it is instantly converted into a stationary sprinkler ly of exceptional efficiency. The propelling force is supplied by back pressure of water in the arras causing them to revolve with force and rapidity while at the same time they throw out a fine spray er mist. Body of sprinkler made of iron "painted." Arms and standard made of brass "nickel plated." Body, 20 inches long, 15 inches wide over all Wheels, 10 inches diameter. Height of tip of arm head, 15 inches. Total weight, 40 pounds. The "Little Giant" Sprinkler received the highest award at the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago. PRRtCE, $15.00. E. STEBBI5S Sale - (FREKHT ?AB.) lAJCTACTURISG CO, AgHti ul liuhdzxn, SPRUGF1EID. l;cats Tuid (reryfitre. I IS. at resi can title S7Can be seen in operation dence of editor of Clwax. one-ce- nt some simple UAzg to patent? Protect yonr Meat; tiiSTzsar brloe yoo wealtb. Write JOHN WEODERE&BN & CO, Patent Attorney, WaiMngton. D. Cfor their tlJSOO prlxa o2er Wanted-f- tn Idea ot VTho and list cf two huadna lnrezitlaaa wanted. FIE 2 TO OLD LIQUORS, 14 YEARS OLD. anti-Turki- sh Pure Old Whiskies for Family and Medi cinal Uses, in 5 and 10 gallon Packages, a specialty. D. J. S. e i, G. Johnson, living near If the hair is falling out, or turning C, was found dead on the piazza gray, requiring a stimulant with nourishAbbe-villl- Sihsr Creek Liquor bp;, '-- nlik ej iy , Dcen-rawe- aa .a. -- usej; f$4-es- .. d ito cu -- - i' '"" ! i i'J t - r " " rs ?- A; f . ' 3. - - 'JM'c"1!- T s.je - ' -- J"5s - - witli his dwelling on fire, and foul play ing and coloring food, .Hall's Vegetable Wholesale Dealers, is etlspected. Sicilian. Hair Renew er is just the specific. Silver Creek, Ky. OUt of Weakness comes strength when Individual aid has been extended to tbe,blood has been purified, enriched and Phoebe Cousins, who is ill at Los An- CEE The New Higharm Singer Mavitalized, the appetite restored and the geles, Cal., but Miss Anthony says the chine before buying- - Sold everysyefijm built up by Hood's Sarsaparilla, Woman's Suffrage Association cannot where on easy payments. Old machines help her. fifty-eigtaken in exchange. Enquire for Singer food's Pills cure nausea sick head 49-5-2 Dandruff is an exudation from the agent at Singer office. achti, indigestion, billiousness. Alldrug-glfitil- . of the skin that spreads and dries, pores . Personal. 25c. forming scurf and causing the hair to fall medical reference book to my 'i a Fris person aEbcted with any iptciol, chronic er deliThirty-thousanchildren attended out. ' Hall's Hair Reuewer cures it. cate disease peculiar to their sex. Adrrw the picnic at. Louisville. lcadiag pbysicuas lad yrcns of the v n "1 sailed forHavana with States, Dr. Hathaway A Co., 79 Dearborn street. I, A deiective has STA'fEorOiiio, Crrr of Toledo, V requisition papers for Maanuel G. Men- - Chicago. ' If Luc A3 Couktv, Awarded dozj, who swindled August Belmont & Rev. Sylvester say3 ''Man. was created Efank J. Cheney .makes oath that Co., out of 521,000 by a forged check. for joy," but the Bible says he is oi few Highest Honors World's Fair, he is the ser.iorpartner of the firm of F. days and full of trouble, and as this s J. (jheney JcCo., doing business in the Impoverished blood causes that tired g time we fear Jobhadriater en city "of Toledo, county and state afore- - feeling. Hood's Sarsaparilla-pnrifics- r and better information than thepaaw. saidlaud that said firm will pay the sum riches and vitalizes tue blood and gives Denver Xows- of dpS HUNDRED DOLLARS for each vigor and vitality- kinds and .every case of Catarrh that cannot be Thrfi negro employees of Strawshnrg3 GET all &c. at of Sewteg Machine The Singer Office, with cur id by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure, saw mi)I at Hoffman, N C. were killed Mrs. Lucy Maun, lSEST ifam St, j Frank J. QnEyzY by thc.burfcUnfrof the boPer. 4!KJ2 Eichmoed, Ky. S rom to before me and' subscribed in Don't'let anyone persuade" yon to take day of -- December, my Jjreseuce, thjs-6t- h Go to VI' fr Armers to have yor anytbicg ehe instead of Simmmons Liver ,?- A. P.16S6, , school medals made. He will furnish Regulator. Some mercfaaata will try to A. W. Gleasoh do thwbutTiot lor your good. They do them better and cheaper than you can46-- : get them any place else. Notarv Pvhlic. it to Bi'ike a littte more "profit on some- - nEM klls Catarrh Cure-i- taker uiternally thin jr which is-- of an iafertor quality, Some of the bronze tablets pat n'iJfirOfimuch or Aloany, iS. Y., at the- tiiaecf thticliy's ' jnaets directly on the bieod and mmi-- It tliouf5ui-ymust- V- - juefc celebration, tea ye&rso, mrimam ot the for the baa.' a for the $ood. "Bo &re to take MOST PERFECT MADE, t&nnww LiYrQifator. ud fc&fcfiis have dioapywd tfcey htnl JSmh plae! :frw. 1 A 6 Grare Cream of TarS?rwr. nt -. QC . ibs." J tfcroobpt paek- - on many trf Co., for U . mv.1 Ammonia, Alum nr my 6&cr buhiui. . Fe J, CHKi-r- r, iWt 1.1 n v.; i... i1- : , .. t .j- .ijfc SCWTjsaietsGc, ' Jr 1L.. --Ttl stawmwv, - " r 40 jrtAKsprifc : F . e 'TOif-- e . ht . - i house-cleanin- , BAKING I' t I PWDfR -a. m ac -- .J - "' v s 1 jHsfS olnHF l M t M - r yni. Sd Tco, fcJk 1 m. -- imp a P- -i Bl e?7 . IP' -- --- - vf " I!! "N., " wr' JK9$k MV HV P--Ull im " ,:,. EIHHHiHFIkridStfflHHMiMHHflHHIIlHHHSMHHHHfllllHiH MAStiiTIG Xba ltet New From All ParU Commonwiltt. A of tb JILTED LOVER Gets Ills Revenue on Ills Rival and Inara-orit- a So Do Their Friends. jajl here at Williamsburg. 'A wife ol Greenup, Ky., June L 'Walter one of the prisoners smuggled in filei Mount, a jealons lover of HnnnewelL ' and saws for use in an attempted essawed a footbridge so that it fell In cape. One of the prisoners Thomas and precipitated James Hamilton and Patrick gave the plot away. Fannie De Witt into Little Sandy! AVhen the other prisoners discovered creek, lie was captured by a party of the informer's identity they threatened merrymakers, whipped and left tied to to kill him, nnd Charley Far, a negro a tree. A number people sentenced to the penitentiary for three had gathered at the home of John years for housebreaking, got an opporand Mount escorted Miss tunity and struck him a heavy blow in De Witt there. They had a spat, how- the stomach, knocking Patrick against ever, and Miss De Witt dismissed him the sharp edge of a door, almost deand was accompanied home by Hamilstroying one of his eyes. It was thought ng m A Frustrated Plot of Prisoners to Es cape Leads to Attempted Revenge foi Its Disclosure. WiLLiAsisiicno, Ky., May 8a They have been having lively limes in the ton. Hamilton's arm was broken in for awhile that Patrick was seriously the fall of the bridge, but Miss De Witt hurt. was unhurt. Judge Finley, who was acting as special judge, ordered the jailer to chain PLAY FOR CHARITY. the Negro to the door, which he did. Proposes That the Women's Shortly afterward he went into the Jail St. Loulsans. Federation Act to Aid again and found that the Negro had Louisville, Ky., June 1. The con- hung himself and was almost head, but vention of the Federation of Women's with a little work he was soon on clubs heard a plan for the relief of East his feet again, ready to serve his three St- - Louis sufferers, offered by Mrs. years' term in the penitentiary. Rachel McAuley, who is visiting hero, and Mrs. Susan M. Warner, of this FREE TURNPIKES city. The idea is to rent a local theaCounty Assured by a Decision of ter as soon as possible and give an en- In Slason the Conrt of Appeals. tertainment, which many of the ladies Fkakkpobt, Ky., May 80. The court will attend. Mrs. McAuley, who pro- of appeals decided the fan's us Mason posed the plan, is known nationally county freo turnpike cases Friday, and for relief work. It was she who in- free turnpikes win, as they did in the augurated a similar plan after the court below. The principal question Johnstown (Pa.) disaster. involved was whether the local act oi 1SS0, entitled "An act to provides freo Going to Cuba. turnpike roads in Mason county," is Louisville, Ky., June 1. Messrs. R. yet in force. II. Richerson, Theodore Stein and Y. Vf. Baldwin and other turnpike Arthur L. Harris, of this city, leave Monday for Cuba to join the insur- owners contended that the new constigents. They have fitted up a sailing tution and subsequent general laws court boat at their own expense, with an am- repealed the act of 18S0. The force, local ple supply of provisions and ammuni- holds that the countyact is still in is emfiscal the tion. Messrs. Harris and Richerson and that to carry out its court provisions. powered will take a side line of cigars and drug Many sandrics to sell on their way. They passed,other counties had similar acts so the decision is an important will sail down the river to Scranton, Miss., and there sell their boat and WANT A NEW RAILROAD. take the famous sailing craft, The Swan, the boat which Mr. rforman James P. Helm, of Lonlsrillc. riles the Miller, of this city, successfully piloted Charter of the Louisville, Henderson A across the great gulf a year ago. St. Loals. FnAJiKFOKT, Ky., May SO. Mr. Jamea Sold. Fair Grounds P. Helm, of Louisville, Saturday filed Lexisgtox, Ky., June 1. Special in the office of secretary of state arCommissioner J. D. Livingston sold at ticles of incorporation for the Louispublic auction 050 shares of stock in ville, Henderson & St Louis Railway the Kentucky Fair Grounds associa- Co. tion, owned by the Kentucky AgricuThe road is capitalized at 84,000,000, ltural and Mechanical association, to and Mr. Helm paid into the state of SS.SO5.08 in favor satisfy a judgment treasury S4.O00 as the tax upon the inof the Central bank, of this city. Presicorporation. dent n. C. McDowell, of the Kentucky The road in question is the old LouisTrotting Horse llreeders' association, ville, St. Louis and Texas, which reamount of the bought the stock for the cently went into the hands of a receivei judgment. The purchase of this stock and has since been reorganized, with give, the Trotting Horse Breeders' as- prominent capitalists at its head. sociation the sole ownership of the fair grounds. HEADLESS BODY MnJ-aicAule- t Railroad CrosMnfj Accident, L While Mrs. Allie Jackson and infant child and Miss Mary Wise were crossing the street car track on Mero street in a spring wagon, they were struck by an electric car. The infant was seriously injured, and can not live. Mrs. Jackson had an arm Fraxkport, Ky.. June Discovered broken, and was seriously bruised about the head and body. Miss Wise is painfully bruised, but will recover. Xo l'ardon for FarrelL Fkaxkfort, Ky., June 1. Gov. Bradley declined Sunday evening to grant a pardon to Bob Farrell, who was sent up from Mason county several years ago for killing old man Calvert. Far- The dead body of an unknown man was picked np on the Cincinnati Southern neai Cumberland Falls early Friday morn ing, and was taken to Somerset foi identification. The head was completely severed from the body, and ai the corpse contained nothing excepl night clothes the presumption is thai the man must have stepped or fallcr The body wai from a sleeping-car- . that of arman about forty years of ago weight about one hundred and eightj pounds, with heavy black mustache and stubby beard. Ky., May 30. Dasville, Bellowed to Have Fallen a Sleeping Car. Frou rell has an interesting history, and was promised a pardon, it is said, by Gov. llrowir; but for some reason it was never granted. Silver in the Lead. Louisville, Ky., June 1. The silver victory of Saturday was sweeping, as the following returns show: 1 otal 1 ror gold.... or silver anwber e-- delegates . 910 Miss Guy, called on Gov. state librarian-elec- t, Bradley Friday morning, and was assured by the governor that he would approve her bond and permit her tc qualify on Monday. It has been stated that a contest would be made and that tho governor would attempt to appoint 3Xlss Guy Will Get the FBAJfKFOirr, Ky., May 80. Place term of tho Breathii.t circuit court for the trial of B. F. French, charged witl being an accomplice in the assassination of tho late Judge Combs, of Haz ard, began here, and both sides an nounced ready. All the regular juron were dismissed, but contrary U the expectation of everybody an acceptable jury was readily impanelet from bystanders. Knowing ones claiu lvndproviding for municipal governthat French can never be- convictei ment, to be in force, and that the trus- with the jury, but all admit that then tees thereof are William Gildehaus, are convicting men on it, and especial Henry Arkemen, Y. B. Powell, Wm. ly one man, who is of the memorabli Dechler and AV. IL Dye. 13 that gave "bad" Tom Smith tht It is further adjudged that the de- death sentence. fendants, Charles G. Mason, claiming A CYCLONE to be mayor; B. F. Mullins, claiming to lw polico judge, and John R. Coppin, Wrecks and Unroots Number of nouse" (. E. Rousch, Peter Dehlingcr, Joseph at WlcklliTfvKy. Davis and John B. Allbrink, claiming Wickliffe, Ky., May 27. A cyclone to bo councilmen, are perpetually en- struck this placo Tuesday mornjoined from asserting or exercising the ing at 8:30, wrecking and unpowers and duties of said offices. roofing a number of houses here. The storm passed through "tho A CASE OF SUICIDE. southwest corner of town, missing tho llan Killed by the Train at Gray's Sta- thickly settled portion. The tion Not Vet Identified. brick store of Neely, Harkless & Co. Gkeesup. Kv., May 29. Tho un was unroofed, nnd wrecked. J. A. known man killed by a Chesa- Rich's store was blown down and sevtrain eral other houses were either totally peake and Ohio freight suicide. blown down or twisted badly. No undoubtedly committed Coroner Brady held an inquest. J. lives were lost, but that much damago P. Smith, engineer of the train, stated was done in the surrounding country that the man threw off his hat, gave a is certain. yell and jumped in front of the moving BRADLEY INDICTED. train. The engine pilot knocked him down and dragged his body some dis- Kentucky's Governor Accused of Violating tance before the train could be stop-jiea Tax Law. London, Ky., May 27. The grand A copy of the Nashville Bulletin of jury has returned an indictment May 18, was found in one of his pocli-ctagainst Gov. W. O. Bradley for failing Tho paper bore the name of J. F. to file a descriptive list of the property Linder. Tho Bulletin publishers wired ho owns in the county, as the law rethat they had a man by that name on quires. their list at Johnson Junction, FlemFrankfort, Ky., May 27. Gov. ing county, Ky. Telegrams wero Bradley Is at ML Vernon attending sent to that place, but no reply was re- court, and, therefore, could not be seen ceived. in regard'to the Laurel county indictment The Jury Failed to Agree Owikgsville, Ky., May 29. The trial Caught Robbing a Store. of John D. Young, jr., indicted for tho Flesiingsujirg, Ky., May 27. A man murder of his cousfti, Plinney Fassett, giving his name as Thomas McClana-haat this place on tho 0th of last July, was captured while pilaging tho consumed just one week in the circuit store of George Beckett at ML Carmel, courL The jury was discharged after in this county, and was lodged in jail having been out about twenty-fou- r here. The store had been burglarized hours and having failed to make a ver- on the Friday night before and a small dict. One juror was for acquittal and amount of cash and goods carried 11 for 21 years in the penitentiary. away. McClanahan is thought to be one of a gang of thieves which has inHouses Unroofed at Howling Green. Bowiisa Gkeex, Ky., May 29. The fested this county for several months. month nf .Tasnor Tifiifrhbnrhond. this Tho Caso Will Be Appealed. county, was visited by a terrific cy-- ( Siielbvville. Ky., May 27. In a suit clone about 2 o'clock Thursday morn- -' Several houses were unroofed brought by the Citi2ens' bank of this ing. nnd orchards and forests laid wasto. place, to recover taxes paid to tho city The damage to fruit trees will reach under tho provisions of the new constithousands of dollars in this cou jty. tution, Circuit Judge Carroll decides that the bank can not pay, as it conNo fatalities are reported yet, but tended, under the Hewitt law, having were slightly injured. parties been incorporated since that law was Graded School Tournament. passed. Tho case will be appealed. Paris, Ky., May 29. Tho fourth anCut With a Pocket Knlre, nual graded school tournament of the Frankfort, Ky., May 27. Howard Bluegrass league will be held in Paris Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The Black, one of tho wealthiest farmers in the county, had an altercation with a schools of Cynthiana, HarroJsburg, Carlisle, Winchester, Paris, Lawrence-burg- . tenant named Stafford Tuesday, and was cut in the side by Stafford with a Richmond, Versailles, Millers-burand Elizaville will be represented pocket knife. The wound is a very painful one, but physicians think ho and at least 500 visitors aro expected. will recover. L. & X. Indicted. SnELBWiLLE, Ky., May 29. The A Start-U- p in StecL grand jury has indicted tho L. & N. Lexington, Ky., May 27. The Railroad Co. in 57 different cases for steel plant was ordered started working on Sunday. Tho work was Tuesday morning by cablegram from done by men in their employ in gradLondon. The plant was built by Ening the new road between hero and glishmen during tho Middlesboro boom Christiansburg. and ceased operations several years 11 two-stor- y d. floath Covington Recotrntzcd us a. Separate Corporation hj the Court of Appeals. Fbaxkfobt, Ky., May 20. The court of appeals Thursday morning affirmed ihe lower court's decision in the cases of the contesting of-r- s of South Covington, and upheld the old judgment. The judgment so affirmed is one declaring the act of the legislature of May 12, 1694. incorporating the South Covington district in Kenton county, Evidence Being Heard at a Special Tern: ', of Court at, Jackson. Jackson, Ky., May 27. Tho special lathered From All Parts of tho Country by Telegraph. HERYIHE Easily. Quickly, Permanently Restored. Loit Vitality. Nerroits Debility. IsjoomI. ruilnVjtemcr The consus of London, just taken, ihows a population of 4,411,271, an increase of 200,528 since 1891. n Prof. Rodney Welsh, a tcientLst, journalist and lecturer, is lead at his home in Evanston, I1L well-know- gsrrt w, JWr0 BSo!d by W. G White, Druggest, Richmond, Ky. dispatch to the Madrid Imparcial that a Spanish force has defeated the rebels near Cienf s, killing 50 of them. It is stated on good authority than an important filibustering expedition has landed on the coast near Trinidad, irovince of Santa Clara. The czar has appointed M. Russian minister of finance, to exjfiiclally open the hibition and annual fair on June 9. The Westminster Gazette says that Mr. Gladstone has addressed a letter to Cardinal Rampolla, papal secretary of state, on tho subject of Christian A from Havana says uc-to- ''e r? A ,V A A ) ) (9 ) De-Wit- Nijni-Novgo- rd OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, DRY reunion. a n sov-or- al Francisco Pelaez Agular, has been shot at Puerto Principe, Cuba, for the jrimo of rebellion. Jose Rodriguez Bxposito has been executed at Milanz or tho same crime. At Springfield, O., Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell celebrated their golden wedding Saturday. Mrs. Ferrell is a sister of Hon. Abraham Ludlow, who was tho prohibition candidate for governor a few years ago. Otto C. MackletL one of SL Paul's oldest residents, took his own life at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon by shooting the top of his head off with a shotgun. Worry over his affairs was the cause. Uc was 57 years of age. Prof. S. M. Jefferson, of Bethany college, has been selected as president of the Berkley Bible seminary, Berkley, Cal., which will open in August, and his selection has just been approved by the board of control. About S40.000 worth of property was destroyed Sunday morning at Afton, near Creston, la., fire breaking out from some unknown cause and sweeping away S. Riohards' general store, together with several other business buildings. A summary of the official report of an engagement that took placo.Friday between Spanish troops and rebels shows that the insurgents lost 29 killed and two wounded and the troops four killed, including a captain and a L and 13 wounded. Memorial day was observed in Washington with the usual ceremonies attending the decoration of the graves of those who fell in the civil war. The Arlington National cemetery was tho main attraction of the day and hero the principal exercises wore held. At Waterloo, la., by the premature oxplosion of powder, two men wero fatally injured. Fred Brelster had both eyes blown out and both arms had to be amputated. Julius right arm was badly bruised and one eyo was blown ouL Both men will probably die. They were blasting boulders. Both are single. na lieu-tenanBur-meiso- r's GOODSr Shoes and Furnishing Goods must y be closed out ) (3 s) 0 ) ft) ) "A Bicycle Built for Two' a at $ FIRE ) 9) 9) ( e) ft Fi.sU Q worth of I cents' Five (e Come and get ( bargains. o Our sai.i ) ) ) ) "BATTLE AX" will jserve two chewers just about as long as 5 cents' worth of other brands will serve one man. This is because a 5 cent piece of "BATTLE AX" is almost as large as the 10 cent piece of other .. is now n 0 nn. Millioerij at Great Bargains. (9 ) 0) ( HENRY-KLE1N-H0- N. ) ) ($ 210 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND. K7. ) ) g JACKSOK Juno SO SErlTETO Mid-dlesbo- ro the Day Set For tho Execution. STAY OP SIXTY DAYS GRANTED. This Will Postpone tho Hanging Until AUUat 29 Unless the Court of Appeals Grunts Hiin a New Trinl or the Cuviirnor Interferes Walllus's Trial Begun No - New Develupmunts. Cincinnati, May 80. Judge Helm, yesterday amid an impressive and awful silence, his strong features a picture of judicial sternness, human pity and compassion, sentenced Scott Jackson to pay the penalty of his lifo for tho oruel murder of Pearl Bryan. Sheriff Plmnmer brought Jackson into tho courtroom and Judgo Helm announced that ho was ready to disposo of tho motion for a new trial. Judge Helm then read tho gronuds upon which Cclouol Crawford asked for a now trial, discussing each ground circuit court was granted a divorce from Robert Mastin. jr., and her maiden name. Belle Bright, was restored. Two Brothers Shot From Ambush. Versailles, Ky., May Granted a Divorce. 29. In the Mrs. Belle M. B. Mastin ago. Held for Court. Richmond, Ky., May 27. James S. Bunt, white, of the Berea locality, was tried before 'Squire Coyle Tuesday and held over to tho circuit court lie is UateBtrueted .......... .............. 237 K Knifed to Death. Loxdox, Ky., June 1. On Hector creek, 15 miles beyond Manchester, Dave Bowling was stabbed and mortally wounded by Dave Davidson and son. Davidson was hit in the head with a rook and seriously hurt Middlesbobo, Ky., May 29. George and Elustin Greene were shot from amanother. bush in Hancock county, Tenn,, 20 Store Strnck by Lightning. miles from here. There is no clow to Bowlixo GREEy, Ky., May SO. Lightning struck Jie store of A. R. tho perpetrators. 'Broke Jail at Liberty. Pollock, at Mining City, and destroyed Middleburg, Ky., May 29. Best the entire buildingjand all the stock, including account-- " and cash. Loss, A uston escaped from tho new jail at 53,000. Percy Brown, a clerk in the Liberty by picking tho lock with a store, was seriously and probably fa- wire naiL The building is new and cost 510,000. tally burned. charged with assaulting the daughter of P. C. Davis. His Last Sleep. Paris, Ky., May 27. Isaac Wasson, colored, fell asleep on the Louisville & north-bound 5r Nashville railroad near the depot hero Tuesday morning and was horribly train, mangled by tho which passed over him. CHARITY I DELEGATES. Senator Blackburn has received telegrams from "twenty., or more counties that have elected solid silver delegations. A number of counties gave instructions for Blackburn for president. 1. ro Vkhsaillks, Ky., June Illackburn for President. v of the gram from Rome says Court of Appeals Geo. B. Eastin, of this city, is dangerously ill there of congestion of the brain. ex-Jud- Louisville, Ky., June Kastin Danceroasly 1. 111. A cable- Lewisburo, Ky., June 1. Capt. J. M. nines, a druggist, and quite prominent and active in politics and throughout western Kentucky, has become suddenly insane. well-know- Suddenly Insane. n Smith Most Die. Lexixotox, Ky., June 1. Gov. Bradley wired J. Alexander Chiles, refusing to interfere in the case of "Mud Dauber" Smith, and he will be hanged Tuesday, French Not Guilty. Jacksok, Ky , June L The jury in the case of B. F. French has just returned a verdict of not guilty, after being out only a short while. Young Colored Man Drowned. Lewisiiubg, Ky., June 1. A young colored man, son of Rev. Curry, was drowned in Red river, near Dot, Ky., Sunday morning. V Bruno Paalin Paris, the French philologist, has been elected to the scat in the Frenchy Academy rendered vacant by the death of Alexander Dumas. Paris, Da mas' Seat. June L M. Gaston Salisburt, N. C, June L Francis E. Shober, a member of the Forty-Iirt- -t congresses, and at and Forty-secon- d one time secretary of the U. S. senatr died at his home here. 16?. j,"1" njiM j i Shoher Dead. During a heavy and wind storm visited this county, storm lightning struck an umbrella doing considerable damage. At Tren- carried by Robert Dow, jr. , tearing it ton a number of barns and residences to pieces. Dow escaped with a slight wero unroofed, while telegraphic and shock. It Was Murder. telephonic connections can scarcely be Falmouth, Ky., May 29. The corohad at this hour, the wires being ner's jury returned a verdict to the broken. effect that Christine BLeschmid was Dig Hlow In Logan. 30. About murdered by an unknown party. Adaibsville, Ky., May Appointed to West Point. two o'clock Thursday morning a severe Mavpville, Ky., May 89. Preston wind and thunder storm visited this section. Large trees were uprooted D. Wells, son of 'Squire John E. Wells, and many fences and barns and out- has received the appointment of cadets houses badly damaged. So far no loss to West Point Military academy. of life has been reported. New Kentucky Post Ollicc. Washington, May 29. A post office A Merchant's Mishap. established at Model. Callo- CvimiiAifA, Ky., May SO. CoL P. H. I has been way county, with Robert Fakes as Crane, leading merchant and republican of this city, fell from a second postmaster. story window Friday morning, breakA New Horseless Carriage. RocKroRT, Ind., May 29. A. H. Kening his arm in three places. It is thought amputation will be necessary. nedy, manager of the water works here, has secured a patent on a horse- "Bind Dauber" Smith's Execution. Ky.. May 30. The attor- less vehicle. The motor, instead ofFhaxkfort, carriage, runs boneys of "Mud Dauber" Smith, who is boing placed In the wheels, being con- neath on separate to be hanged at Lexington Tuesday, j nectcd with the carriage by an upright wero before Gov. Bradley Friday mornbar. ing presenting affidavits and urging less The weight of the average horse carriage is 1,000 pounds and costs another respite. over 51,000, while the new invention Storm In Henry County. will weigh but 300 pounds and will cost Emixexce, JTy., May 30. Tho storm less than $200. was severe at many places in this counPiano Firm Falls. ty. Numerous houses and outbuildings New York, May 29. Henry W. K. were unroofed and hay stacks blown Yfilson was Thursday appointed temaway. No one was injured. porary receiver for Gildemiester and Kroeger, incorporated, pianos, in proAdjourns Until Monday. House Washington, May 30. In view of ceedings for voluntary dissolution of the fact that Saturday is Memorial the concern. Tho company was incor-540,capital day Mr. Dingley (rep.. Me.) moved that porated in 1891 with a l!aUillt!Aa of cmn vtrv . icenfe cinA nni.' house adjourned Friday it be when the 0)0. until Monday next. Agreed to. The largest bronze casting ever made One of tho largest checks ever drawn In .this country was S16,000,000, by Pres- in America is tho buffalo's head which of the ident Roberts, of the Pennsylvania hangs at the eastern entrance Omaha payment of 200,000 shares Union Pacific bridge between railroad, in and Council Bluffs. of P. W. &. B. R. R. stock. 29. 1 Storm In Todd Connty. ELKTOXKy., May SO. A heavy rain Paris, Ky., May Shocked by Lightning. J . I I following Kentucky delegates to the national conference of charities and corrections to be held at Grand Rapids, June 4 to June 10, inclusive: SupL H. F. McNairy, Lakeland; SupL Ben Letcher, Hopkinsvillo; SupL W. F. Scott, Lexiugton; SupL J. P. Huff, Frankfort; Warden E. M. Nell, Frankfort; Warden J. H. Happy, Eddyville; W. T. Ralph, Louisville; W. T. Ritchie. Ludlow; W. H. Dulaney, Louisville; J. M. Atherton, Louisville; W. R. Smith, Lexington; Dr. T. W. Gardiner. Madi- sonville; Dr. William Turner, Bowling Green; John B. Carlise, Lebanon; Dr. W. S. O'Neil, Lancaster; John F. Ashland; Hon. Reuben Gudgel, uwmgsvuie. Ila-ge- r. National Convention. Ky., May 20. The governor Monday morning appointed the Gov. Bradley Names Kentucky's Quota to Frankfort, J struction of the militia, the governor says the boys shall have their annual meeL The order directs the Louisville Legion to go into camp at Mammoth Cave from July 11 to 20, inclusive; tho Second Regiment from July 22 to August 1, inclusive, and the Third Regiment from August 3 to August 13. Inclusive. Tho adjutant general will issue orders in detail, Banc Enough to Escape Taylor, from tho Poorhouse, Lebanon; John Wright, from the Lexington asylum, and John Cule, from the Anchorage asylum, inmateii of the institute for encaped from that institution and have not yet been captured. Superintendent Huff and a posse are in search of the boys. All are and are believed to be hiding in neighboring barns. feeble-minded, GOING INTO CAMP. Gov. Bradley Will Issue an Order to the Kentucky Stuto Gutrd. Fbankfort, Ky.,May20. bov. Bradley will issue an order for the encampment of the Kentucky stato guard Tuesday. As there is SI 0,000 to the credit of the military fund for the in- in detail. Jackson, cool aud collected, calmly sat in his chair and listened iutontly to the judge's decision. At first ho leaned forward in his chair in order to hear the judge's words, but ho soon settled back in his chair as though attending a concert or theater. Judqo Helm reviewed tho evidence in the case, particularly dwelling 011 tho admissions and letters of Jackson and commented upon these facts at length. As to tho fact tliat Jackson had not a fair trial, his honor differed with tho attorney tor tho defendant, mentioning the fact that there was no motion filed for a change of venue and that tho jury in tho case was secured in an unusually short time. "Tho evidence is not only sufficient," said tho judge in conclusion, "but it proves the prisoner guilty of one of tho most heartless crimes in tho history of tho country. The court therefore overrules tho motion for a new trial." A silonce like that of death rested on tho courtroom as tho judgo concluded tho reading of his decision. Every eye was fixed upon the prisoner, who sat with glassy, staring oyes and a face flushing red. "Is there anything you havo to say before I pass fiual judgment upon you?" Judgo Helm asked. Tho prisouor aroso and stood with one hand upon the rail of tho witness box. - THE RELEASE Jackson did not move a muscle. Ho Of Most of tho Reform Committee leadstood there like a statute. His decks ers Causes Joy in Soath Africa. wero as pale as death, but there was Loniiojt, June 1. The Johannesburg not a quiver, not u move. He was tho same cool Scott Jacksou anested correspondent of the Standard teleweeks ago. graphs that the release of all the memJudgo Helm relieved tho awful silence bers of the reform committee with tho by commanding tho sheriff to remove exception of Messrs. Rhodes, Hamthe prisoner, and a moment later Jack- mond, Farrar and Phillips, the four son was on his way to jail. leaders who wore originally condemned Colonel Crawford, pending his appeal to death, has caused widespread to the court of appeals, asked for a stay of execution, and Judgo Helm, after rejoicing in the Transvaal and in South Africa. The members some delay, granted a stay of execution of the Johannesburg exchange sent a for CO days. When Scott Jackson was taken from telegram to President Kruger expresstho courtroom, tho jury in tho Walling ing to him their warmest thanks for caso was brought in and the trial was his generous action, which they debegun. clared would have a beneficial effect Attornoy Washington filed a motion, throughout South Africa. Tho dispatch affidavit, askin that adds that confidence is felt supported by an that tho Sheriff Plmnmer be excused from j of the jury. Judgo Helm president will extend his generosity to granted the request and Deputy Saenil tho tour leaders who are still in jail George Hiudman will hereafter have under sentence of 15 years imprisonment. charge of tho jury. Commonwealth's Attornoy 31. K. GLADSTONE'S LETTER Lockhard began tho proceedings for the To Cardinal Kampolla on Church Union .prosecution. He first read tho indicc-nieto Ilo.Made Public against Walling and then made a Londox, June 1. Mr. Gladstone's short statement of what tho state intended to prove. It was practically tho letter to Cardinal Rampolla, papal secsame as was proved against Jackson, a retary of state, on the subject of a recompleto chain of circumstantial eviunion of the Christian churches, will dence. be published. Monday by the newspaThe first witness called for tho prose- pers here. It will occupy two columns. cution was Lieutenant Benjamin .tkiu-601Mr. Gladstone contends that a conU. S. A., stationed at FortThoinas. Attorney Hayes questioned tho witness. demnation of Anglican orders by Home Lieutenant Atkinson told of the liy of would morally be a stride toward extho ground about where tho holy of communication; would make more conPearl Bryan was found on tho moiiling spicuous tho religious differences of of Feb. 1, and described in detail the the churches and enhance the difficulty condition of the body and clotluag of of futuro conciliation. Nevertheless, the murdered girl. ho says ho does not expect an early Colonel Washington stated tht.t ho restitution of Christian unity which would admit that the botly founc. was marked the church's early history. Ho that of Pearl Bryan and that tho cloth- welcomes tho pope's command that ing in court w;is hers, but Colouel Nel- investigation be held as to tho validity an of son reserved his right to prove the fact, the anglican orders, and details tho adaud Lieutenant Atkinson nt turn iden- vantages that are likely to accrue tified each articlo of tho ckvhi ig in court as the same lie saw on the bo ly of therefrom. tho headless woman on J. D. Locke's farm. Lieutenant Safferans described tho scene abont the body when he camo upon it on tho morning of Feb. 1. by Colonel Washington brought out uothing new. Court then adjourned until 2 o'clock. rMairt John Howling, the fanner's lad, who (Opposite Glyndon.) headless body of Pearl Biyau, fonnd the wi.s the first witness at tho afternoon Country Produce Bought and session. He repeated his previous testimony, telling how he made tho awful Sold. Highebt Cash Market discovery while he was on his wr.y to Price ehe-whe- ro taking-charge nt 1, upuu jrour soui." d! V. high grade brands SSftSSA2iv2SS2A? 0NEW AYT A tire is to shoulder your wheel, walk 174 miles to a r shop WAIT while the puncture is being; repaired per hour per wait it wont take many hours. 4Uk ". 1 Ramb! er WJ IFycHirtir is a "11. a. I just dktiKHiHt, remote outer cover for a few imU-tli- e piBctRre, stick on r patch. If yoH are iear ask a sinal! boy to do it he will enjoy it. t ! i . licyclss. I G.c3dJ.TIRE. I GR6KT I m m in i ii M mw Wm 1. . -- - iii tuna Staple &nd 'im hmh. Country Prodnce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of Roods to all parts of town. Canned Goods. Salt by the Barrel Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and n Groceries 8?Coine andsee me Cakes-Gree- E. R, Rowland, te ; J.H.WEFF&CO, Stit. Cross-examinati- PLOWS ) THE OLIVER- woric. Paid. corpse. W. S. Boyco, who was breaking litone on the Alexandria piko when the body was discovered, was tho next witness. He described the place "where the head Under Colonel Washington's the boy said that he uld not describe tho exact position oi the PRIDGEFORD'S o Is the CHEAPEST and BEST Plow in the World, and ECONOMIST RANGE, SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM! PlTRCHASE THEM! he OLIVER Repairs was cut off." Frankfort, Ky., May 20 Wesley "Do you havo anything to say?" asked tho conrt again. "Well, I I caii only say that I am not guilty," said Jackson. His eyes wero twitching nervously. "I think ance. For a momont ho could not find utter- j my attorney had better speak for me," ho said. Colonel Crawford aroso and went across to where the condemned man was standing. He bowed his head and talked earnestly with the prisoner. Ho had nothing to add to what Jackson had said. tho unfortunate prisoner at the bar. Judgo Helm said: "It is the judgment of this court that you bo token from here to the jaU in this city aud thoro be confined until the 80th day of June, and then, by tho sheriff T)f this county, in tho enclosure of the jail, hanged by tho nock until vou aro dead, aud mav God luivn mprov Washington. "Ho is stating an inference." The objection was not sustained. The hair which Mr. Boyce found in cuts in tho ground and tho hairpins lying nearby were offered in evidence. W. H. Kewell, a reporter, described the bloody privet bushes. He said ho was present in the undertaker's establishment when tho body of tho murdered girl was taken from tho box in which it was bronght to Newport. Judgo N. L. Bonnott said he had served five years in the Rockies as a United States soldier, and he had seen many bodies of men murdered by Indians and "Greasers." It was olood wnich spotted tho privet bushes at Port I object to that," exclaimed Colonel ' iiiiisiii fiiiit BjLit! .Plow buy the OLIVER.. Cost less than any other plow repairs on the market. If you want the The best Harrows, Com Planters, Cultivators, Wagons, "Wire and Wire a 4 fLj j rEbkwi7 1 9 SS!3jF' flV B I m Ranfje-e- , Etc., Cheap at............ Fonce, Stoves, Shackelford Gentry's Thomas. feeble-minde- d, Judgo Helm then formally sentenced !. """"Tlim 3P A A well feds E) ffr&cfS&M of WiUiam Newton Lane, indicted for tho murder of Col. Henry C and James Radenbaugh, will begin Tuesday. Lane's first trial la6t February resulted in a hung jury, and ho has since been out on bail. An Elder Resigns. H0PKIN8VILLE. Ky., May 26. Elder J. W. MitcheH, for years pastor of the Versailles. Ky., May Wm. Newton Lane's Case. 20. The caso I 'tf&XH Hpi raiJ selected text If half a! tbf jer I man. G:'sc good text and i prescl.es who h in rarsMi. end thf refuil ii surj o be .jood Thf ;xt of tbif article it .JaiD simple statement thai :tsel The Mealcan Veterans. 'a the reader' wu raind arjru Lexington, Ky., May 20. Tho nauenl. The teyi if Goo? Siea;ib L be tional convention of Mexican veterans, thso J.es' nchr " which meets in this city on June 9, will Without beaSU; nothing reJlj renter rsry much A hackiss cougt &Vei K be rapped to order by a gavel made of tn beauty out of naascapt "os n:tf et wood from Ashland, Henry Clay's old. Errtiij-!- ai or tczema ml! spoi'- - :h ec j?v home. nieol m ipnhdy conversation, of a besa The tihl conceit, of a toncerful piloting I Louisville, Echols FuneraL A number Ky., May26. The biggest bank account i the world won't pa i man lot bis health bul i of prominent citizens and railroad officials left Monday afternoon forStaun-- J rery -- i.J'. lmouat of money w" rr-ton, Va., to attend the funeral there him hfUhy nd fcep hirr health j bsii'.y .roablef .tsn lc tit Tuesday of Gen. John B. Echols. dJfie.'th'e or respirator orptsi Ji t New Kentucky Postmaster. hire that impr'.-pe- r Uving drst su.k:r it Washington-- , May 20. Robt. L. Hon-akfor ibease. Tin drvslcprsen' oprmng was appointed Mo'nday postmaster t'Tm ts comUtuiiont sd '.etnptrimtr.t at Coleman, Pike county, Ky. dtfier. The causes are almost identicsi To get at the root Si the matter U simple Condition of Wheat. en ,uga if you 3tart right Fbankfortv Ky., May 26. CommisDr. sioner of Agriculture Moore has dwelt Golden Mtdica! Discovery Is Tor the rholt body It exclusively on the condition of tho works thrpagh t digtstivt organ a wheat crop in his report, to be given Li' the otlu:, out in a few days. ft care the first thine it comej te ind ..... the aext p. . Exposure Looked For. dftcr It puis '.s Louisville, Ky., May 26. Tho comp.ace f liseg :,, ..hi jtcraach. and frcra mission appointed by Mayor Todd to : the iufltaM ground examine the hooks of all officials in the . readies evsrv Shrof , i.a .i dismiss be' ire it ..... i - city hall and the city's charitable and troubles. 'nev complaint. hiUa'usntss penal institutions, has completed Its tkin nii scaiD diseases tettet, work and is preparing a voluminous eczema, anj all the troublei caused k report It w thou ght many abuses will iiupure blood. UUWVb jnir&iitL Christian church of this city, the largest and wealthiest church of that denomination in sonthern Kentucky, has tendered his resignation, to take effect in September. S!TU er i lht -- salt-rheu- T . 1 ... v- county, was struck by lightning Tues- - ville Southern and other central Kenday morning and torn half in two. tucky roads. Tho commission will John Goins, a son, was badly injured meet tho interstate commerce commismay die. and sion in Nashville June 8, where tho case of the Kentucky railroad commisHeavy Salo of Cattlu. Nashvillo Danville, Ky., May 27. J. C Cald- sion vs. The Louisville well, of this county, sold Tuesday to Railroad Co. will bo decided. Lehman, the Baltimore cattle exporter, Suicldo End n Spree. 232 head of fat beeves at 3,00 per cwL, Louisville, Ky,, May 2C Anthony the sale aggregating upward of Nalty, 43 years of age, committed sui510,000. cide Monday morning at 5:30 o'clock, Nalty for 13 years was Church Blown Down. Georgetown, Ky., May 27.The connected with the American Express o and for the past ten years was em Union Christian church at Loradale, on tho line of Scott and Bourbon counties, ployed in the auditors office of the vvas blown down by a heavy windstorm Louisville & NaslivLlo railroad. He had been on a spre-- and had lost his which prevailed in that section. position. Cut to Pieces by a Tram. Medal for Burlty Paris, Ky., May 27. Tuesday mornFrankfort, Ky., May 20. Commising Isaac Washington, an of Agriculture McDowel, recolored boy, was run over and cut to sioner from Washington Monday mornceivepieces by the Knoxville express. ing a handsome medal, awarded Kentucky at tho World's Columbian expoUnknown Man Killed. Greenup, Ky., May 27. An un- sition, as a prize for the best Jmrloy Commissioner exhibited. known man was run over and'killed iy tobacco Chesapeake & unio train No. 73 at Moore has had the medal f ramod and hung in his office. Gray's branch. , Drawer Robbed. fost utnt-The New Postmaster at Carlisle, Ky. f Monticello, Ky., Maj- 20. The cash Washington, May 27. Tho senate Tuesday confirmed the nomination of J drawer of the post office was robbed Phoebe Mann, as postmaszur at Car- Saturday plght Suspicion pointed to a young country boy, who was arrestlisle Ky. ed. He proved to bo James Thorna Jtatich. Indians Attack ton, son of William Thoraton, one San Beknabdo, Mex., May 27. Word of the best known', men in Wayne bo 3 been brought here of an attack countv. miido by a band of renegade Indians uion the Lojos ranch, near here. .he Sir :nv.MiDMALirit late Brit'sh Indians killed 18 persons, several of atJusrtif- - wiiose oncri. "liaiv them being women and; children. As Coyt Ga outrage readied ol'V' soDn as the news of4b.e z jftvorlt va aaie here a volunteer company started ixi J nig itss season, S Dwelling Struck by Lightning. Frankfort, Ky., May 27. The dwelling of Francis Goins, in this Kentucky Itillroads. Ky., May 20. Tho Kentucky railroad commissioners wero in their office Monday morning after a tour of inspection of tho Q. C, Louis- Frankfort, Siolc Headacfie maneiifiy Cored sick headache. It was usually accompanied with severe pains in the temples and sickness at the stomach. I tried a good many remedies recommended for this complaint; but it was not until I began taking "I was troubled, a long time, with - air globtdee. went to Fort Thomas and took cliargo of the remains. The arms were so stiff in rigor mortis that for a long time it was impossible to fold them across the girl's breast. John White's testimony was much tho same; but ho &id tho wociau's arms were not moved. William White was called. He swore that tho corpse was omlialmed soon after it reached his establishment. In the process tho skin about tho neck was not polled back. Mary Morgan testified to finding Pearl Bryan s hat near the Tonth street bridge over tho Chesapeake and Ohio railway, Newport. Eliiaiothbrnith and Theresa Franken told afrain that they saw tho hat Lying there tibout noon on the Satnrdaj tho body was found. Coroner Tingley ropeatod tho testimony ho gave in tho Jackson rt adjourned at 5 p. m. Fnday with Coroner Tini?loy on the st.nd. Ho adnntt.Hi on th.it no microscopical examination was mode of tho luagi to determino the preson, iq of trial-Cou- JuleWhito, the undertaker's assistant, said that he was one of those who OOOOOOOC)OOOCOKX)OOOOCKXK)OC)OOOOOOOCK)CK)OOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOC))OOOOOOOOOCKjuCC unra, bscriiie for the NEW Climax. ROUTE TQi ANQ FROM SOLD IN RICHMOND. JUST - RECEIV DIRRCTLY FROM YOHK -- BEST UNE , OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Em broideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than tlie lowest. COME 3 Tol-acco- . AYER'S anything like perma- nent benefit A sin gle box of these pills did the work for me, and I am now a "well man." C. H.Hltchings, East Auburn, Me. 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